Mind mapping on a computer
Mind Mapping is a widely used and effective technique that can be used to visually represent complex information in some kind of hierarchical structure. It is a strategy generally performed with paper and pen, but doing it on a computer can bring a host of additional benefits for students, researchers and academics.
There are countless programmes and apps available for computer, tablet, smartphone and the web, which all approach mind mapping in a different way. This resource will talk through the basic pros and cons of mind mapping on a computer and introduce you to the University provided software called MindManager.
This can be found in the "Assistive Technology" folder on the desktop of all Classroom PCs, or you can download a copy to your own device through the Software Download Centre which you will find in the links button below.