Visualization resources. iCardSort. Description Do card sorts and word sorts right on your iPad by placing each concept, option or word on a card, optionally adding an image and then visually organizing ideas quickly and easily.
In the classroom, on a business project, when writing, or at home, great for vocabulary, planning, outlining, categorizing, brainstorming, etc. The uses are endless. Share your decks. After you group, order, and explore your possibilities share your deck and discuss your ideas. Create manage and share as many Decks as you like. "iCardSort has been a great way for me to weigh out the pros and cons of my school choices. ...More Customer Reviews Crashes all the time on iPad Air by Xendula I am in need of a card sorting app, so I was excited to remember I had this app installed ( or: to be reminded through the update).It's a very cool app, but it constantly crashes.
Crashes by Betsy de 2007 I loved this app. Constantly crashes... by Kickstand54 Absolutely love this app, but it is currently unusable. The Must-Have App Review Rubric. Added by Jeff Dunn on 2011-11-22 So you just downloaded a few educational apps that you think might be useful in your classroom.
How do you accurately compare and contrast them? Thanks to a new app review rubric from by eMobilize , it’s easier than ever to understand just how useful an app may be in the classroom. On a related note, the Edudemic Directory features many educational apps and lets you quickly compare them to see how they stack up. Give it a try today! ArnetMiner - Academic Researcher Social Network Search. Public Data Explorer. Customizing Network Diagram. Popular tags: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 A GDP Obama budget census cos104 country crime education energy facebook food government health internet lyrics media music network obama obesity people politics population president race smoking social speech state states twitter unemployment us world.
Chartle.net - interactive charts online! Online brainstorming and planning tool for team activities. Infographics and charts - interactive data visualization. Mind Maps/Thinking Maps/Graphic Organizers. Online Diagram & Flowchart Software - Collaboration Tool. Mind Map Library. 1000s of Mind Maps in FreeMind, MindManager and other formats - Mappio. Gallery.
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We hope to build a strong VUE community of users and thinkers. We need your help in creating a stimulating gallery area, showcasing your uses of VUE. Let us know about your maps and stories, and we will post them on this page. Featured Maps Patrick Szucs explains the use as a Tool for the Construction of Narrative. Eva Gladek of Except Integrated Systainability uses VUE to create system maps, read more about how they use VUE here. Tufts University Open Educational Resources (OER) Tufts University has been a leader in the Open Educational Resources (OER) movement, particularly in the health sciences. Chris Ray wrote a powerful description on how VUE has helped him become a more efficient learner.
K. Professor Rémi Bachelet, from l'Ecole Centrale de Lille in France, has been encouraging his students to use VUE to help them learn about Project Management. Mind Mapping. Subversive Cartographies. What are subversive cartographies?
This issue is addressed a series of presentations organized by Chris Perkins (University of Manchester) and Jörn Seemann (Louisiana State University) for the upcoming 2008 Association of American Geographers meeting (Boston, April 15-19 2008). “To be subversive, is to wish to overthrow, destroy or undermine the principles of established orders. As such subversive cartographies offer alternative representations to established social and political norms. Maps are no longer cast as mirrors of reality, instead they are increasingly conceived as diverse ways of thinking, perceiving and representing space and place which express values, world-views and emotions. Maps are no longer part of an elite discourse: they can empower, mystify, and enchant. Subversive Cartographies 1: Papers emphasizing the role of the aesthetic in the construction of alternative and artistic mappings.
Lynch Debord Denis Wood, Independent Scholar Discussant: Vincent J. Emotional Cartography - Edited by Christian Nold.