Online Mind Mapping in Education

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Online Mind Mapping in Education by Mind Map: Online Mind Mapping in Education

1. Benefits

1.1. Share your maps & brainstorm with others

1.1.1. Real-time collaboration

1.1.2. Unlimited number of people

1.1.3. Built-in chat window

1.1.4. Connect with Google Hangouts & video chat with up to 9 others

1.2. All in one solution

1.2.1. Brainstorm and collaborate

1.2.2. Structure

1.2.3. Add images, themes and styles

1.2.4. Present

1.3. Easy to use

1.3.1. Award-winning user interface

1.3.2. Clutter-free & intuitive

1.3.3. No learning required

1.4. Fast

1.4.1. Works with shortcuts

1.4.2. Frictionless brainstorming

1.5. Software as a Service

1.5.1. Manageable costs

1.5.2. Pay as you go

1.6. No installation, no manual updating

1.7. Accessible from anywhere, anytime

1.8. Secure

1.8.1. Encrypted communication

1.8.2. Strictest privacy rules

2. Subscription plans

2.1. Basic

2.1.1. Free

2.1.2. Limited mind maps

2.1.3. Limited features

2.2. Edu Personal

2.2.1. 2.99 € user/month

2.2.2. For individuals

2.2.3. Personal projects

2.3. Edu Pro

2.3.1. 4.99 € user/month

2.3.2. For educators, researchers and non-profit teams

2.4. Edu Campus

2.4.1. 1 € user/month

2.4.2. For schools & universities

2.4.3. Multiple admins

2.4.4. Priority support

3. Integrations

3.1. Google

3.1.1. Google Apps

3.1.2. Google Drive

3.1.3. Google Docs Add-on

3.1.4. Google Hangouts

3.1.5. Google Glass

3.2. Evernote

3.3. Dropbox

4. Uses in Education

4.1. Plan and organize group projects

4.2. Collaborate with teachers and students

4.3. Brainstorm & outline texts

4.4. Take notes in class

4.5. Summarize articles & books

4.6. Memorize complex information

4.7. Create engaging presentations

5. What is MindMeister?

5.1. Market-leader in online mind mapping and collaboration

5.2. Completely web-based

5.2.1. All mind maps are stored in the cloud

5.2.2. Runs in any standard web browser

5.2.3. Native mobile apps

5.2.3.1. iOS

5.2.3.1.1. iPad

5.2.3.2. Android

5.2.3.2.1. Tablets

6. Geistesblitz

6.1. Email

6.2. SMS

6.3. Tweets

6.4. Glass

6.5. Desktop Widgets

7. What is mind mapping?

7.1. Term coined by Tony Buzan

7.1.1. English researcher

7.1.2. 1970s

7.1.3. Need to deal with large amounts of information at University

7.1.4. Looked for new and more effective thinking, reading and memorizing techniques

7.2. Classic Buzan mind map

7.2.1. Type of diagram

7.2.2. Visual thinking & brainstorming tool

7.2.3. Mind maps...

7.2.3.1. Structure information

7.2.3.2. Enhance productivity

7.2.3.3. Further creativity

7.2.3.4. Improve memory & recall