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Mind Map Tutorial

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Mind Map Tutorial

-Web Institute Denton

Sample Mind Map
Benifits and Uses
Brainstorming individually and collectively
What is the Mind Map Approach
Graphical way to represent ideas and concepts
Visual thinking tool
Software to analyze, comprehend, synthesize, recall, and generate new ideas
Inventor: Tony Buzan
MIND MAP TUTORIAL
Summarizing information and note taking and structual way of presenting a subject
Studying and memorizing information
Thinking through complex problems
Why Mind Maps are better than text notes
Incorporate words, images, numbers, and colors, so it can be more memorable and enjoyable to create and review.
Why Mind Maps are better than text notes
Gives a overview of a large subject at one time while also holding a large amount of information

Why Mind Maps are better than text notes
Intuitive way to organize your thoughts, since mind maps mimic the way our brains think


Encourages to explore different creative pathways, which helps in generating ideas

Domains in which Mind Map is used
Education

Learning tool to help students brainstorm any topic and think creatively

Helpful in the writing process and provide students building thoughts on a story plot or theme
Domains in which Mind Map is used
Libraries

Uses for law librarians, including teaching and other presentations, researching, project planning and management.

Business
Tools to build Mind Map
Mindjet http://www.mindjet.com/
Xmind https://www.xmind.net/
Coggle (Webapp) https://coggle.it/
Mind Node https://indnode.com/

XMind Tool
XMind is a mind mapping and brainstorming software, developed by XMind Ltd.

Three different editions
XMind Free
XMind Plus
XMind Pro

XMind Features
Mind Mapping
Fishbone Chart
Matrix
Local Network Sharing
Brainstroming
Mind Toolbox
Drill Down
Gantt View
Works with Office/PDF

Drawing Procedure
Drawing Procedure
Editing a template
Drawing Procedure
Output
How to draw a Mind Map

Start
in the middle of a blank page, writing or drawing the idea you intend to develop.


Develop
the related subtopics around this central topic, connecting each of them to the center with a line.


Repeat
the same process for the subtopics, generating lower-level subtopics as you see fit, connecting each of those to the corresponding subtopic.

Selecting template
Demo & ERXERCISE
Demo & Exercise
Create mind map by choosing appropriate template for the article
Save the mind map as .xmind file, which is default
Steps to save as image file
Draw the Mind map
Click File -> Export -> Expand Image folder -> Select ‘Image’ -> Click Next -> Select destination folder -> Click Finish
- Download XMind
- Mac users - http://www.xmind.net/download/mac/
- Windows users - http://www.xmind.net/download/win/
- Install XMind on your machines
- Read article :
Gorman, M. (1998). The five laws of library science: Then and now.
School Library Journal, 44
(7), 20-23.

Ref: http://www.aallnet.org/mm/Publications/llj/LLJ-Archives/Vol-99/pub_llj_v99n01/2007-11.pdf
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