Digital Learning Conference, Burnaby, B.C. (April 2015)
Co-presented with Lisa Lewis
Mind-maps are a great way to review, retain and organize information, make connections between concepts, and brainstorm ideas. Many digital mind-mapping websites are available to create individually or collaboratively generated maps. This presentation will demonstrate a few of these sites as well as their capabilities, requirements, collaborative learning possibilities, potential risks and possible activities.
Delegates will come away with a resource (handout) with variety of digital mind-mapping websites. The session will include program capabilities, technical requirements, and potential privacy risks as well as examples of lesson ideas and activities.
For my thoughts on the conference, read my blog post