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Diagramming for development 2: exploring interrelationships
Diagramming for development 2: exploring interrelationships

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Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to reproduce material in this unit:

Dr Martin Reynolds (lead academic author)

Wendy Fisher (author of the WWP ‘rich picture’)

Jane Bromley (interactive media developer)

Karen Shipp and the OU Systems Group for animations in ‘2.1: When to use each diagram.’ These animations form part of T552 Systems thinking and practice: Diagramming from which much of the diagramming source material for this unit was derived. T552 is a diagramming pack which supported modules in the undergraduate Systems Diploma and Systems Residential School and supports modules in the postgraduate Systems Thinking in Practice [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] qualifications. Further details of this pack and associated Systems courses can be found at the Open University’s Systems Group website.

U316 The environmental web from which the spray diagram tutorial and WWP case study are derived.

Particular thanks are also due to Sandrine Simone, Gloria Median, Bina Sharma and Rissa de la Paz.

United Nations via Flickr: the original can be seen at [Details correct as of 17 November 2011]

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