Research Question Mindmap

Having discovered (or been directed to) bubble.us, I have been playing with this great tool and developed some mindmaps in the general aim of the dissertation. This is really an excellent tool for organizing thoughts. Of course it is logical for applying to one’s own papers. projects, and ideas. However, I am going to experiment with applying this to the next few articles I read. I can see how this would be very useful in taking (organizing) notes and ideas gleaned from reading an article or book. If I continue to apply this to sources read, I will include the mindmap of each with my notes, comments on it.

Below, is one I created for the research question (as it is now). Click and drag to view the entire map.

One Response to “Research Question Mindmap”

  1. Comment From Konnie on October 7th, 2008 at 9:47 pm

    It is a great tool and I have used it to take notes on articles. It takes long but is well worth it. Someone recently sent me on to another one: http://www.mywebspiration.com/launch.php. After a brief trial (just now), I found it more confusing than anything…

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