Mind maps

The traditional way of taking notes, whether for a lecture or when reading a book, is to follow the chronological sequence of the author”s thought, and to summarize the content of the book or lecture, often using sentences and phrases instead of just key words. An alternative approach, and one which some claim works with…

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Mind Map Applet

By: Jens Gulden MindMapApplet Java applet for creating mind-maps in wiki-pages. Not a server-plugin, but a client-side applet which communicates with the JSPWiki server. Requires installation of the AppletPlugin. WikiMindMapApplet-src.jar 47.7 kB WikiMindMapApplet.jar 73.3 kB Visit MindMap Applet at SPWiki to find out more information.

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Re-starting a Literature Review

By: Ross Shannon A literature review is a standard part of any postgraduate’s endeavours, and usually makes up the majority of your first year or two. A good review sets up the landscape that you’re going to work within, saving you from duplicating effort and allowing you to identify the key players in your field.…

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7 Golden Rule of Mind Mapping

By: Tim Fulford I (Tim) have tried to make your 6 days of creation fit the rules of one word per branch. I have to say I like it as an idea to get people really thinking about mapping and it does mean that they have to use links (which many people don’t). There are…

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The Farmer Advisory Hub Mind Map

Agribusiness role in extension, education and training – a case study By: Gordon Stone To aid understanding of the current advisory and information processes operating with agribusiness, Figure 1 – The Advisory Hub – derived from the research findings, is intended to provide insights. Visit APEN to read the complete paper.

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