Sunday, 6 July 2014

opinion: Use of free mindmapping tools

Figure. 1













As part of the two modules involving research methods I have been 'playing' with mindmaps in the class to capture the discussion. Figure 1 above was taken from a classroom discussion around some of the issues within a project idea that the group was working on. The tool used is the free on-line tool https://bubbl.us/ .


Figure 2
Figure 2 shows the tool. Is it the best mindmapping tool out there? I think it is fair to say it isn't, I have some paid ones installed that offer a greater range of features. It was selected as it is-
  • Online;
  • Free;
  • Simple to use;
At the end of the session I wanted to the students to have the final map we had produced together so only having an image of the map was fine.




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