Mindmapping, concept mapping in 3D 3d Mind Mapping, 3d Mind Maps, 3d Concept Maps MindMup: Zero-friction online mind mapping Global Education Database - Your Personalized Education Guide 40+ Tools to Create Infographics with Your Students Here is a comprehensive list of some very good tools for making infographics. The list features more than 40 applications so you have a wide variety of options to choose from.While some of these tools are pretty basic and you can use them without any complications, others do require some advanced tech knowledge and design know-how. As a teacher and educator, my favourite infographic making tools are Google Draw and Pictochart. I invite you to read this step by step visual guide to learn more about how you can easily set up your infographic using Google Draw. Also bear in mind that most of these tools require a sign-up and some of them are fremium: they have, besides the basic free version, a pro version that offers more advanced features.
Create huge 3D Mind Maps and Concept Maps with InfoRapid KnowledgeBase Builder (Freeware) Visual Thinking Evolution A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Especially in British English, the terms spidergram and spidergraph are more common, but they can cause confusion with the term spider diagram used in mathematics and logic. Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid to studying and organizing information, solving problems, making decisions, and writing. The elements of a given mind map are arranged intuitively according to the importance of the concepts, and are classified into groupings, branches, or areas, with the goal of representing semantic or other connections between portions of information. Mind maps may also aid recall of existing memories. By presenting ideas in a radial, graphical, non-linear manner, mind maps encourage a brainstorming approach to planning and organizational tasks. Reference: wikipedia
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Great Infographic Making Tools for Teachers 1- Visual.ly This is my favorite tool. It helps you easily create awesome infographics using pre-designed templates. It also lets you create an infographic out of any Twitter Hashtag provided you are signed in which you can do using your Twitter account. 2-Easel.ly This is another great web tool to create infographics. 3-PiktoChart I love PiktoChart and I have used it a couple of times and found it really great. 4- Infogr.am Infogr.am is an easy to use online service that lets you create, share, and discover infographics and online charts.It is also very easy to use, you can select a pre-designed template, add charts, videos and maps and within a few clicks your template is ready to go viral. Other infographic creation tools you might want to try :
Cartes heuristiques 3D animées, si loin et pourtant si près... Accueil > Appliquer > Gérer l’information > Outils de cartographie > Cartes heuristiques 3D animées, si loin et pourtant si près... Voici un document en anglais qu’Alon Cohen-Revivo, son auteur, nous a aimablement transmis pour partager ses réflexions avec le plus grand nombre de personnes et démarrer ainsi un véritable débat d’idées sur l’intérêt de la 3D dans les cartes heuristiques en particuliers et la cartographie de l’information en général. Après une courte introduction dans laquelle Alon évoque les frustrations rencontrées avec les logiciels de cartographie, il recense les avantages à utiliser une dimensions supplémentaire pour afficher les informations puis aborde les représentations possibles (Cone Tree, arbres hyperboliques, etc.). Dans la seconde partie, il revient sur la valeur ajoutée de la 3D au niveau des cartes heuristiques et termine sa réflexion par la possibilité d’animer les cartes pour modifier l’angle de vue. 3D Animated Mind Mapping, where are we not standing ?