Collaborative mind-mapping

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Collaborative mind-mapping by Mind Map: Collaborative mind-mapping

1. Learn and Practice

1.1. How to create a free account?

1.2. Creating a map

1.3. Creating and deleting a node

1.4. Sibling and child nodes

1.5. Select, cut, copy, paste

1.6. Information related tools in every node

1.6.1. Notes

1.6.2. Links

1.6.3. Files

1.6.4. Tasks

1.6.5. Important to use as intended Mind map functionality Exporting options

1.7. Formatting tools in every node

1.7.1. 3 font sizes

1.7.2. Bold and Italics

1.7.3. Color, Style, and Boundary

1.7.4. Icons and Images

1.7.5. Visual consistency

1.8. Exercise: Create 1 mind map

2. Cloud computing features

2.1. Collaboration

2.1.1. Time Synchronous Asynchronous

2.1.2. Location Same place Distributed

2.2. Archived interaction

2.2.1. Time stamp

2.2.2. Content through time

3. Collaboration practices

3.1. When large number of collaborators are simulatneously logged in, select a node where to "park"

3.2. Pre-made node structures

3.2.1. TI2013 Participants Name Department Course to redesign Diego Bonilla Communication Studies ComS140 - Online Collaboration

3.3. "Organic" node structures

3.3.1. What technologies are you currently using in your teaching? Clickers Video recordings

3.4. Discover:: Explore the public mind maps

4. Let's collaborate

4.1. Please fill out the linked form and we will add you to the TI2013 mind map

5. Links

5.1. Online Collaboration Threshold Concepts TI2013

5.2. Collaborative Mind-mapping video

5.3. Teaching Institute 2013 Mind Map

6. Examples mind maps

6.1. Private

6.1.1. Collaborative Computer-Mediated Communication - ComS230 Online Collaboration - ComS140

6.1.2. Personal Informational Presentations

6.2. Public

6.2.1. Collaborative

7. Mind-mapping and how to use this video

7.1. Link to this mind map: