Education

Mind mapping for the blind

Jan 22nd, 2011 | By
Mind mapping for the blind

There is a project, started by Roy Grubb of WikIT, to help a blind student whose course means he must mind map.  That seems a little inflexible of the educators involved, but there it is. Can anyone help? I did some searching and came up with this image: … from this page: http://www.oriko.com/#industrie&006planb Unfortunately it’s a research project, otherwise it looks like a step in the right direction. There’s more
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The Mind-Mapping Wiki

Aug 15th, 2009 | By
The Mind-Mapping Wiki

In a post some months ago, I promised to tell you more about WikIT, the mind mapping wiki but kept getting distracted.  Now I have found a few minutes to keep my word. WikIT is a facinating resource.  It takes the line that different uses of ‘information maps’ (I’m planning a post about that phrase!) are best served by different map types and
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Valuable & captivating study resource

Mar 27th, 2008 | By
Valuable & captivating study resource

Here’s a carefully put together and attractive analysis of mind mapping for learning: Here is the “Study Matrix 101 – Advanced Mind Mapping Strategies“. A full-size pdf version is available for download as well. It’s not just a pretty picture — there is a substantial accompanying article. Vic Google



Exploratree

Jan 15th, 2008 | By
Exploratree

Now listen up, this one is really interesting if you value visualization and thinking tools.  And I doubt if you’d be at mind-mapping.org if you didn’t. A new web-based tool for thinking, Exploratree, went up at the end of last year.  It’s aimed at students, but I’m sure that those of more mature years could sometimes make good use of
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