Using Mind Mapping for Research
- Visually brainstorm interests; publish and get feedback.
- Visually explore specific sub-topics; publish and get feedback.
- Visually explore what/how invested in the topic.
- Publish plans and get feedback.
- Make sure to search all available modalities of information, including mind maps.
- Publish results of research (both processes and products) and get feedback.
- Publish responses to reading and evaluating resources and get feedback.
- example of notes taken at a professional development event (images, attachments, external links, color code, internal connection links)
Using Mind Mapping for Presentations
- Publish updates of research progress that also analyze why/how the project is shifting/changing.
- Draft final project as a mind map; publish and get feedback.
- Incorporate citations and/or link out to them.
- Publish final product.
- example of workshop presentation based in a MindMeister map