Easy Way to Try Mindmapping

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by Barbara J. Feldman on April 14, 2009

If you’ve never tried mind mapping as a brainstorming tool, the free version of Mind Meister is a great place to start. Mind Meister is an online tool used in a browser, but your maps can be published to any website or exported as an image or PDF. Although you are limited to just six mind maps in the free version, teachers and students can upgrade to the Academic version for just $15 a year.


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