Tag: mind maps

Taking good notes might sound boring to some but read on…

Mind map about conflict

Did you know there is a difference between taking notes and making notes? Notetaking means taking notes from original source (later you decide what to quote or paraphrase). Notemaking, however, is your active engagement with what you have read/ heard

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Mapping out the landscape of ideas

Most people think visually and so it often helps to sketch out an idea from its broad sections into the fine detail, arranged around the main topic in a hierarchical way that makes the connections or relationships between them clear.  Creating mind maps

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Mind mapping

Most people think visually and so it often helps to sketch out an idea from its broad sections into the fine detail, arranged around the main topic in a hierarchical way that makes the connections or relationships between them clear.  Creating mind maps

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Become a Mindmeister!

Here in the library we’ve been mapping our minds. Turns out there is more going on in my mind then I thought and getting it all out on paper and creating some order from the chaos has been a surprising

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Mountains… mind map

Not everyone responds to the graphical nature of mindmaps, but for those who do this is an attractive example.  And shows that it’s not just libraries who have mountains of information that is ‘buried’ and ‘underutilised’. http://ca-global.biz/images/mindmap.jpg

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