Drawing Together is an activity based on work in Extension and other fields that involves drawing as way of delivering information or collecting participant impressions about a program. It was used as part of the Healthy Garden and Healthy Living program in New Jersey and produced impressions about the program that were candid, reflective, and useful. A simple set of instructions can be used to collect information in sketchbooks, and the content can be analyzed in a variety of ways. This flexible activity can be easily incorporated as part of an existing Extension program or an interdisciplinary collaboration.
Alomar, R. (2017). Drawing Together: Using Sketchbooks to Gain Insight on a Program's Effectiveness. The Journal of Extension, 55(5), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss5/3