ONLINE: Thursday 23 September 2021 @ 3:00PM AEST. Mind mapping is a powerful technique to cut through mental clutter and summarise key ideas, without losing sight of the big picture. This process of creating a connected visual and verbal map can be applied to activities including planning and analysis, learning and remembering, creative thinking and as a springboard for innovation.
In this 30-minute Turbo Training session, Lucy Blakemore will run a hands-on session where you can try out the basics of mind mapping. The session includes:
- Examples of how to use mind maps in research and everyday life
- A quick guide to mind mapping rules
- Hands-on practice creating your own maps with paper and pen
You’ll walk away having created 2-3 mind maps of your own, and a bunch of ideas for using mind maps in your work, study or other interests.
Presenter – Lucy Blakemore – Research & Insights Consultant
Lucy is a qualitative research and insights professional specialising in the global education sector, student experience and digital transformation in education.
Lucy has been mind mapping for over 20 years, capturing notes, book summaries, conference presentations and even entire courses on a single page. Her mind maps have been featured in blogs, webinars and events by universities, government and professional associations.
For more info or to book your team in bulk, contact The Research Society Training Manager, Sue York, firstname.lastname@example.org.