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Mind Mapping

This presentation, loaded with examples, will show you how to use mind maps and other sorts of visual techniques to organize, present, and brainstorm information.
by Margaret Montet on 9 January 2012

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Transcript of Mind Mapping

Buzan, Tony, with Barry Buzan. The Mind Map Book. NY:Plume, 1996. Books My Uses writing writing speaking Scheduling Sherlock Holmes weekend Other Techniques for
Organizing Information
Visually http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html Benefits deeper learning kinesthetic learning styles Bloom's taxonomy visual learning styles Resources http://bucks.libguides.com/mindmaps http://margaretmindmapping.blogspot.com http://voicethread.com/share/1200610/ Organize Information Visually for Deeper Learning book: How to think Like Leonard daVinci book: Musicophilia North Cape May, NJ "Baywalk Rondo" essay The Back of the Napkin
(Dan Roam) Frida Kahlo Cloisters Museum, NYC Dan Roam Timeline Today's presentation Me at the Queen Victoria, Cape May, NJ book: Looking and Writing Vizcaya schedule: Sherlock Holmes Weekend, Cape May Roam: elaborate Yarn Octopus book: Snow in August Concept Map Knowledge Map http://margaretmontet.glogster.com/il-assignment/ Monet's Gardens, Giverny The Testimonials! John Berger's Ways of Seeing (1972) The mind map or visual projected here
or on my computer in my study at home is removed from its subject but brings me right back into the subject through the images. I can look at all the parts or just one. (Here's where it gets memoirish...) Prezi! Margaret Montet
Information Literacy Librarian
January 10, 2012
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