This course will teach you how to use FreeMind, it's a free mind mapping software available on all computers. You will learn how to brainstorm, make decisions, learning, organizing, and problem solving with mind maps. You will see that you can put any and all of your thoughts down as a mind map!
Mind maps are very important because of the power they enable you to have. You will discover that you are very creative, even if you don't think you are, through brainstorming. If you have a tough time making decisions you will find out how you can make a very informed decision depending on how much detail you go into it. It's up to you! Since mind maps are how your thoughts naturally work, you will be able to learn easier by keeping notes as mind maps. Organizing is also very easy, and with FreeMind even easier with the easy drag and drop interface. Of course, you can do all of this and more! Once you are done with the course you will be making up your own ways to use mind mapping.
If this all sounds interesting, sign up for the course now, you're going to love it!
Learn about nodes in FreeMind.
Learn how to add graphics to your mind map.
Learn how to link to other resources (including other mind maps) within your mind map.
Learn how to encrypt your nodes - password protected.
How to brainstorm with mind maps.
How to organize content with mind maps.
How to make a decision with mind maps.
How to solve problems with mind maps.
How to improve learning with taking notes with mind maps.
See you next time!
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I love almost anything to do with computers. I started using computers when I was a kid, and have been learning with and about them almost every day since.
I hope to create a lot of courses, and improve the ones I've created based on student feedback and new things that I learn along the way. I'm new to teaching, but believe that with support from my students I will be able to give them their ideal learning experience.
I've had a lot of different jobs in my life, so I'm able to apply different ways of thinking to different problems. One of my jobs was a computer programmer, where I worked on commercial software fixing bugs and programming tools.
I enjoy helping people with their problems. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and the things that I learn.