A mind map of me… {finding balance}

By: Amanda Kern Needless to say this trip to Indiana has certainly taken me out of my busy routine. I (Amanda) found myself on the plane doodling this mindmap to help me focus and find balance with the many things I have going on…I guess it’s sort of my creative way of compiling a to…

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Microsoft Deals and Partnership as Proxies in a Software Battle

By: Roy Schestowitz How Microsoft uses its partners to address its worries In the following image, lines along with the letters represent companies that Microsoft uses in order to fight the threats which these lines link to. A = Apple C = Corel F = Fuji Xerox Cx = Citrix L = Linspire N =…

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Students with learning disabilities

By: Margaret Adolphus Introduction: what are learning disabilities and who has them? If you have a learning disability, then you are likely to be of normal or above average and intelligence, but have a difficulty with a basic psychological process which affects language and possibly other areas such as mathematics or planning. This difficulty may…

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Giving structure to thinking

Mind-mapping can be a particularly powerful visual tool for shaping thought. The basic principle here is to note down the central topic or idea in the centre of a piece of paper and work outwards adding the points which flow from and connect to it. It is particularly helpful for seeing the different levels of…

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