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One of the biggest reasons for using different forms of Graphic Facilitation for learning is to ensure we are answering the needs of as wide a range of learners as possible. As a social inclusion tool for engaging those who are visual learners and a valuable tool when working in the non-formal learning world graphic facilitation feels accessible for nearly everyone. Graphic Express! contains some elementary introductions and exercises for Graphic Facilitation with ideas, tools and methods for developing your visual vocabulary and competence. It is developed in 4 main sections: the first looks a bit at the origins of using visual material to express ideas and how graphic facilitation is a great source of and help for learning; the second gives loads of practical tips about drawing and how to develop your own visual vocabulary; the third brings everything together and demonstrates the what’s and how’s of different types of graphic facilitation; the fourth talks about the future and gives some tips for further inspiration.