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  • 1. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 1 Help in using iMindmap version 7 IMINDMAP V 7Information on Ian Hall, tutoring or training on creating or doing iMindMap, the meaning of (i)mindmapping, examples of iMindMaps, Tony Buzan info plus links, ways plus the benefits of using imindmap v7. Heaps of resources provided on imindmap v7. Casual Relief Teacher QRcode for blog link This (e)book “Help in using “Mindmap v 7” by Ian Hall is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License Ian Hall Casual Relief Teacher http://thinkbuzan.com iMindmap version 7 Links to videos Links to books IAN HALL 7/16 North St Inglewood Vic 3517 http://about.me/ihall2057 http://casualreliefteacher.bl ogspot.com.au
  • 2. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 2 INDEX A. Introduction: Ian Hall is a Casual Relief Teacher Primary Schools and an IT trainer Chapter 1: iMindMap version 7 downloaded Complete listening of recording & place info on Ned Kelly into imindmap format. Chapter 2: What is iMindmapping? Examples of iMindMaps Chapter 3: Getting started with iMindmap version 7 Chapter 4: Help with using iMindmap version 7 Chapter 5: Exporting and sharing your iMindmap. Chapter 6: DropTask Chapter 7: 3D View Chapter 8: Speed Mind Mapping Chapter 9: Creating a Cloud Account (on computer or online: web site) Chapter 10: Creating a Freedom account on web site Chapter 11: Uploading to web site, You Tube, Facebook and twitter Chapter 12: Create group sharing your iMindMap Chapter 13: Flowcharts Chapter 14: Inserting Links Chapter 15: Easy and Advanced Presentations Chapter 16: Exporting Presentations as PDF’s and slides Chapter 17: Export Presentations to Video & YouTube Chapter 18: Kiosk Mode Chapter 19: How can we help? Think Buzan Chapter 20: Placing mind map on web site with links for each branch (bottom of web site) Chapter 21: iMindmap Online Chapter 22: More new features info Chapter 23: Quotes on iMindmapping Chapter 24: Free and paid courses in iMindmapping Conclusion Feedback from users of iMindmap V 7 SURVEYS ON MINDMAPPING Resources and Thinglinks Downloads and Prices p Examples of iMindMaps p References p
  • 3. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 3 Introduction of Ian Hall Casual Relief Teacher Information Technology Trainer I have been using iMindMap versions over 10 years and will until I pass away. I have done mind maps into journals and personal diary over many years. I was primary teaching in WA from 1981 until 1997. Since then doing casual relief teaching in Melbourne, Bendigo, Inglewood and Ballarat primary schools for past 5 years. I have used Tony Buzan in many lessons. I still undertake iMindMap on A3 paper with textas of many colours. I have undertaken many training sessions with parents, teachers, and students on mindmapping e.g.: info on Ned Kelly or planning events for schools. Tony Buzan deserves a medal for coming up with the sanity-saving concept of Mind Maps, which make difficult mental tasks possible, even pleasurable. Here is a mind map on the topic of Teaching Tips.
  • 4. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 4 Two iMindMaps on Skype communication service sessions over the many years…I have presented to trainers and parents on topic of Skype… I like using imindmapping personally as well for creating info on session presenting, interview preparation, update curriculum vitae and planning dreams/goals for 2014. I can saved mind map as screen savers, PDF, embed code and many other ways. I have freedom and cloud account to upload to cloud and do work on my iMindMaps anywhere I was.
  • 5. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 5 New info imindmap v7 at: http://thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-7/ Fundamental applications of imindmapping 1. Memory 2. Creative Thinking 3. Making Decisions 4. Organising other people’s ideas(not taking) Study, Life and work 1. Diary 2. Study skills 3. Meetings 4. Presentations 5. Management I have installed iMindmap onto my Apple iPad, Android Tablet 10.1 and Samsung Galaxy IV. See Chap 4 for info on: Shop has desktop software, Apple/Android mobile, books & DVD, Collections, ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor Courses in Mind Mapping, Memory and Speed Reading. Located at http://thinkbuzan.com/shop/ I have also started using ThingLink for placing the mind map as screen saver and adding links to You Tubes, info and eBooks in 2013 as shown in this diagram. Also placed on my business card and for the resources (see in resource area below) I used mind mapping for many areas of my life. Now can share with onto a web site, Twitter, Facebook and view slideshow on You Tube.
  • 6. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 6 Chapter 1: iMindmap version 7 downloaded Complete listening of recording and place Ned Kelly info into imindmap format. Intro at You tube TASKS: 1. Listen to intro above 2. Download iMindmap V7 3. Open iMindmap V7 4. Watch iMindmap video or go through steps 5. Complete listening of Ned Kelly recording 6. Place Ned Kelly info onto imindmap
  • 7. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 7 INTRO: voki recording with Ian Hall giving intro to Chap 1 http://www.voki.com/pickup.php?scid=9360693&height=267&width=200 A. A. Listen to this video first…… .....or go to the steps on the following pages. Web site link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVt3Qu6Xcko#t=0 B. Now download the iMindmap V7 Download free 7 day trail of iMindMap 7 here: http://thinkbuzan.com/download/
  • 8. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 8 C. Listen to Ned Kelly soundcloud recording with info about him, his life and adventures. Soundcloud link here https://soundcloud.com/ian-hall-26/ned-kelly D. Participants can use the Steps in creating imindmap on next page with instructions and screen savers. E. While listening participants are to do iMindmap of the info using iMindmap version 7.
  • 9. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 9 Steps in creating iMindmap for Ned Kelly iMindmap activity below. 1. Start menu 2. Choose a central item Select item and press Choose 3. Press twice in the centre area and type your title “Ned Kelly” Press outside area or enter to save
  • 10. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 10 4. Press RED area and draw mouse outwards to create the BLUE branch 5. On the branch label it with a word or phrase eg: Birth 6. Add new branch with the birth for year/month and another branch with place.
  • 11. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 11 7. Add more branches (click on to edit) for each new event of Ned Kelly The video shows additional boxes and connecting info. I am showing you images in the next area below (not shown on the above video) I think you would like to use in your mindmaps 8. To choose an image Go to menu at top area- next to file, edit. Images from imindmap 9. To choose image from your computer where you pictures would be…..jpg, gif etc files
  • 12. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 12 Or try the 7 Steps to Making a Mind Map 1. Start in the CENTRE of a blank page turned sideways. Why? Because starting in the centre gives your Brain freedom to spread out in all directions and to express itself more freely and naturally. 2. Use an IMAGE or PICTURE for your central idea. Why? Because an image is worth a thousand words and helps you use your Imagination. A central image is more interesting, keeps you focused, helps you concentrate, and gives your Brain more of a buzz! 3. Use COLOURS throughout. Why? Because colours are as exciting to your Brain as are images. Colour adds extra vibrancy and life to your Mind Map, adds tremendous energy to your Creative Thinking, and is fun! 4. CONNECT your MAIN BRANCHES to the central image and connect your second- and third-level branches to the first and second levels, etc. Why? Because your Brain works by association. It likes to link two (or three, or four) things together. If you connect the branches, you will understand and remember a lot more easily. 5. Make your branches CURVED rather than straight-lined. Why? Because having nothing but straight lines is boring to your Brain. 6. Use ONE KEY WORD PER LINE. Why because single key words give your Mind Map more power and flexibility. 7. Use IMAGES throughout. Why because each image, like the central image, is also worth a thousand words. So if you have only 10 images in your Mind Map, it’s already the equal of 10,000 words of notes! Reference 9
  • 13. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 13 Tears and applause at Ned Kelly's farewell Link to the info on the funeral at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-01-18/tears-and-applause-at-ned-kelly27s-farewell/4471524 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4P9LtUZ2pQ#t=0
  • 14. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 14 EPerfect Rhymes #EbookEVO Rap by Jason Levine & Andre Spang https://soundcloud.com/shelly-sanchez-terrell/eperfect-rhymes-ebookevo-rap Soundcloud links https://soundcloud.com/ian-hall-26 https://soundcloud.com/pages/embed Please note with Glossi only allows  You Tube  Vimeo  Vine  Instagram  Soundcloud  Google Maps  Hulu  8tracks  Spotify Thanks to Shelly Sanchez Terrell for the course, with over 560 teachers and moderators, called “Crafting an ePerfect Textbook” an google plus community over 5 weeks…..January/February 2014 Info here: https://plus.google.com/communities/108458862109297898812 More links below: Community Guidelines & Navigation Course Website Syllabus Listly Bookmarks Video Recordings #EbookEVOImportant Survey for Wkly Email Updates Peer Group Leader Guide Wk 4 Tips & Missions Wk 5 Tips & Missions Here is a link to the ebooks created over the course: EVO 2014 – eTextbooks Link: http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/evo2014-etextbooks
  • 15. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 15 Chap 2: What is iMindmapping? The Swiss Army Knife of the brain Our brains are divided into the left and right cortex. The left side is dedicated to tasks involving order, logic, words, lists, numbers and analysis, the right side deals with rhythm, colour, imagination and daydreaming. If we want to improve memory, learning and thinking skills we have to use our whole brain. (Ref 1) “MindMapping, according to the real Buzan, is about image and association. It’s a meta- language that geniuses across history (think Leonardo) have tapped into by connecting thoughts with images. A typical MindMap has a central theme, and radiating from it, a series of connected words and images. For Buzan and many users of mindmapping, it’s a way to take notes and connect ideas that fits more perfectly with the brain’s way of doing things than a typical list or piece of prose.” (Ref 2) iMindmap is the name created by Tony Buzan also called the “A Ultimate Visual and graphic holistic thinking tool” (Ref 3) Mind Map is a powerful graphic technique which provides a universal key to unlock the potential of the brain. It harnesses the full range of cortical skills - word, image, number, logic, rhythm, colour and spatial awareness - in a single, uniquely powerful manner. In so doing, it gives you the freedom to roam the infinite expanses of your brain.
  • 16. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 16 Laws of Mind Mapping According to the Wiki. A mind map is a diagram used to visually outline information. A mind map is often created around a single word or text, placed in the centre, to which associated ideas, words and concepts are added. Major categories radiate from a central node, and lesser categories are sub-branches of larger branches. The idea of visually representing thought for problem solving and organization goes back centuries. (Ref 4) Similar to a road map, a Mind Map will:  Give you an overview of a large subject/area.  Enable you to plan routes/make choices and let you know where you are going and where you have been.  Gather and hold large amounts of data.  Encourage problem solving by seeing new creative pathways.  Enable you to be extremely efficient.  Be enjoyable to look at, read, muse over and remember.  Attract and hold the eye/brain.  Improve and accelerate your learning and thinking skills. A mind map is:  Good software tool  Intuitive  Easy to use  Remember things  Making better notes  Coming up with ideas  Saving time  Concentrating  Making the most of your time
  • 17. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 17 iMindMap is from the Inventor of Mind Mapping iMindMap is Mind Mapping software from the man who invented Mind Mapping, Tony Buzan during the 1960s, his experience at school with the librarian saying that they have no mind mapping book placed him on the path to the idea of creating - Mind mapping. Everything we do is designed to get you thinking creatively and without limitations. Our 40 years of research – more than any other organisation in this field – has culminated in us perfecting the Mind Mapping technique. Mind Map software doesn’t just try to replicate what you’re already doing in a slightly prettier format. It encourages you to think creatively and approach Mind Mapping in a way that is in line with how your brain naturally processes information. (Ref 5)
  • 18. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 18 Chap 3: Getting started with iMindmap 7 iMindmap Start page  Getting started videos  Latest News  Help Centre  Check for updates  iMindMap from My computer area  iMindMap cloud location
  • 19. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 19 iMindmap V 7 main menu below from left side of screen across to the right  Home- start page displayed  Maps- Local and iMindMap Cloud Local is displayed below with New MindMap, Open MindMap, Recent Mind Maps and Templates options available.
  • 20. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 20 To view the iMindmap Cloud you need to sign in or register. As shown below iMindMap Cloud is displayed below with create mind map, my cloud maps, All mind maps, my mind maps, shared with others, shared with me and trash.
  • 21. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 21 On right hand side is ABOUT (info on iMindMap), OPTIONS – open, rename, trash, wayback and share. On right hand side SHARES is available when you click the Share shape you get this below.  Contacts Search for contacts, all contacts, contact groups, pending and invitation
  • 22. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 22  Settings Settings for My Account, Files, International, Network, View, Layout, Advanced, About and Restore Defaults  Notification Areas included Read, Tell us what you think of iMindmap (Survey), Get accredited by Tony info, Welcome to iMindmap 7, Get started fast with our video and slow startup detected.
  • 23. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 23  Start new mind map Click this area Choose a Central Idea appears  Open mind map File locator from computer
  • 24. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 24  Sign-in or out to Cloud account Click sign in and this appears… You can sign up for a free imindmap account. This screen appears to sign up
  • 25. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 25  Size Click to Maximum screen or leave normal size  Help area with lots of links See Chapter 4: Help with using iMindmap version 7 for the detail on this area.  Skin Chooser Choose your favourite skin from the option below With the Skin Chooser I have chosen the “Colours” one below This is your workspace, so we want it to cater to your visual tastes. That’s why you can now pick a environment that suits you with iMindMap 7′s range of chameleon-like Skins
  • 26. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 26  Click picture or here http://thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-7/ UTILITIES USED WITH iMINDMAP Version 7 White circle area 1. Red- to add branch/es 2. Orange – the colours and for colouring whole area inside shape 3. Grey – arrow for connecting topics etc. 4. Green – 3 options  IMAGE – File, Library and Sketch  EDIT – Cut, Copy and Paste  OBJECTS- Note, Links and audio
  • 27. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 27 Editing the properties of a branch has been made easier in iMindMap 7. The branch target now contains a gray segment that, when you click it, causes a dialog box like the one below to pop up over the currently-selected topic. This enables you to: Toggle it between a regular and a box branch Toggle the branch text between right, left and center alignment Change its color via a pop-up color palette Change its shape (this didn’t work in the beta version I used) Change the appearance of the branch itself via branch art (for example, you can make it look like a pencil, a road, an arm and lightning) The pop-up window contains four other tabs, in addition to branch formatting: DropTask, image, edit and objects. DropTask enables you to integrate the tasks you’ve created in this web-based visual task management tool with your mind maps. The image tab gives you fast access to iMindMap’s drawing tools and image library, as well as a “file” button to import images from your computer. Edit gives you access to cut, copy and paste tools, while “objects” lets you quickly add notes, hypertext links and audio files to a map branch. Why is this valuable? Any time you can enable users to get work done within the mind map, without having to repeatedly move the cursor back to the program’s toolbar, is a plus. Continuing to work within the map is almost always faster, especially for repeated tasks.
  • 28. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 28 To move a topic, you must click and drag on the blue segment of the branch target. When you do so, the blue segment turns into a blue circle and you can position it as needed. Not exactly intuitive at first, but once you’ve got the hang of it, this method of moving topics works well. The way the segment transforms into a circle is excellent user feedback that you’re doing it right! Reference 10 White circle area with the five colours. 1. RED – Branch creation 2. BLUE – Relocate branch 3. GREY – 5 options here  DropTask – Send task to DropTask(click) and Go to Droptask plus Sign in/out area  Format – Convert, Align, Colour, Shape and Branch Art  Image – File(Computer images), Library (pictures from imindmap v7), Stretch (see diagram below) and Icons  Edit – Cut, Copy and Paste  Objects – Cloud, Note, Link and Audio 4. GREEN- ---------> connecting arrow 5. ORANGE – Adds a box area or copies the previous chosen shapes
  • 29. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 29 Sketch area below with this tab appears You can move it, resize it and draw inside the area. Sketching The last several versions of iMindMap have given you the ability to add sketches to your mind map canvas, but they did so in a separate window. In this new version of ThinkBuzan’s mind mapping software, you are able to create them directly in the workspace. It provides a nice set of tools for creating common shapes, such a circles, rectangles and polygons, plus brushes, a paint can and more. The controls are simple and intuitive to use, and you can easily resize or drag the sketching region around the workspace, even while you’re creating a sketch- nice! Reference 10 Colouring and creating shapes
  • 30. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 30 Colours to colour-in the shape Shapes to choose from: Click anywhere in imindmap area IMAGE, CENTRAL IDEA, FLOATING TEXT and FLOWCHART Insert target
  • 31. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 31 “iMindMap 7 insert target in the same way the branch target helps you add content to your mind map with having to use iMindMap 7’s toolbar, the new insert target does so for floating assets. When you double click in a blank area of the workspace, a set of four icons appears, which enable you to quickly add images, floating text, flowcharts and new maps. Clicking on one of these buttons displays another tier of buttons, arrayed in an arc next to it, like the screen shot at right. To select one of these elements to add to your mind map, you can simply click it or drag and drop it. When you first start using the program, a help window pops up that demonstrates via a simple animation how to use the insert target. This is very helpful, but I think this new user interface element could also benefit from tool tips, which would appear on screen as you hover over a button.” Reference 10 EXTRA FEATURES AREA
  • 32. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 32 CHOOSES ACROSS LEFT to Right  IMAGES (Above)  ICONS  NOTES  LINKS  DROPTASK  AUDIO  SNIPPETS  OVERVIEW  PROJECT  UNDOCK(locates it anywhere on screen)  DOCK (Place on left or right hand side) BELOW THIS  Search/Filter NEXT Displays items in ALL, RECENT, FAVOURITES or 3D (select any of these) • ICONS A wide variety of items to use • NOTES Place notes here • LINKS Web sites, email and file
  • 33. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 33 • DROPTASK Move one of the branches to droptask to share with fellow particpants. • AUDIO
  • 34. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 34 • SNIPPET Snippet and insert • OVERVIEW
  • 35. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 35 Password Manager area (lock at bottom) for protecting viewing of imindmap. Click it and this appears. • PROJECT Details of imindmap project
  • 36. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 36 • UNDOCK(locates any where on screen) • DOCK (Place on left or right hand side) Places it on the left or right hand of the imindmap work area.
  • 37. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 37 Selecting File list: Selecting Edit list:
  • 38. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 38 Selecting Insert list: Selecting format list: Selecting Layout list: Selecting Review List:
  • 39. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 39 Selecting View List: Selecting Help List
  • 40. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 40 TOOLBARS and MENUS 1. HOME TAB 2. FILE TAB 3. SAVE TAB 4. IMAGES TAB “A case in point: The toolbars and menus. As you can see in the screen shot above, within a small area you can see four menus stacked up. This is bound to be confusing for new users. I’ve been using iMindMap for years, and I’m not even sure what all of these commands do. It’s easy to get lost, especially when the “home” button doesn’t take you back to your map and the main toolbar, but to the iMindMap 7 start page. And then there’s the branch and insert targets. Don’t get me wrong – they’re wonderful tools that help users get more work done faster. But as they get more complex, with more segments and buttons, new users may quickly become confused. Without tool tips or other “hints,” they must learn by trial and error what each one does – or RTFM (read the f**king manual). Once you understand what each one does, it’s a very productive way to build and enhance a map. But it just creates a learning curve that’s a little higher for new users.” Reference 10
  • 41. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 41 Area underneath FILE EDIT INSERT FORMAT LAYOUT REVIEW VIEW HELP area  Save – Save, Save as, save to MindMap cloud and save as template  Undo – Undo  Redo - Redo  Branch – Branch and Freehand  MindMap – Show imindmap in standard iMindmap workspace  3D map- Show map in 3D view for multi-dimensional concept explanation  Present – Create Your First Presentation  6 letter features B- text bold, I – Italic a- choose alignment T- Fonts colour picker Next- Choose full colour for box, branches, floating text and flow charts, Branch Art then  SKETCH Sketch – this appears  Flowchart – this appears With different shapes to choose  Text – different texts with normal, rectangle, brackets etc
  • 42. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 42  Clean Up – Cleans up your imindmap display  Smart Layout – on or off  Smart Layout Settings – see below for settings
  • 43. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 43 Video on SmartLayout and clean up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqL1fTPG0ZU  Select Area Select arrow in above screen saver and then Select All and Insert Section appears  Styles
  • 44. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 44  Facebook link to account Once again you need a freedom account set up to do this. With this my mind map will be place on my Facebook account area Tick the Facebook account. Type your message. Rearrange the screen you want to display. Click Share  Twitter link to account I have just ticked the twitter account. I have change the picture otherwise the same as above.
  • 45. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 45  Bottom right hand side options are: 1. Click Filter and the Setting appear as show below.  Show matching branches and its parents  Show matching and its children  Hide matching branches and its parents  Hide matching branches and its children 2. Fit Map to screen 3. For resizing your mind map from 0% and 400%
  • 46. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 46 Chapter 4: Help with using iMindmap version 7 Top right hand corner it is the ?in the help area with: A. Mind Map help B. Video tutorials C. Contact Us D. More than Software E. Keyboard Shortcuts F. Mind Map Gallery G. Accredited Training H. Diagnostics Detail about your version/serial number (Make a copy of serial number)  More details on A to H below. A. Mind Map help  http://thinkbuzan.com/support/
  • 47. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 47 B. Video tutorials  http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/video-tutorials C. Contact Us  https://thinkbuzan.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb
  • 48. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 48 D. More than Software Shop has desktop software, Apple/Android mobile, books & DVD, Collections, ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor Courses in Mind Mapping, Memory and Speed Reading. Located at http://thinkbuzan.com/shop/ E. Keyboard Shortcuts View PDF which list shortcut keys Link to document here: https://app.box.com/s/lgvzfm07pbd75nme7ynx
  • 49. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 49 F. Mind Map Gallery As part of the iMindMap Hall of Fame, you can view some of the very best iMindMaps in action. The Gallery features Mind Maps created by iMindMap users for a wide range of purposes including education, business and more. *Click on the images on the web site to view larger versions. http://thinkbuzan.com/gallery/ G. Accredited Training more in Chap 21 http://thinkbuzan.com/training/details/thinkbuzan-licensed-instructor/
  • 50. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 50 H. Diagnostics Link to imindmap document QUICK GUIDE to iMindmap Version 7 Chapter 5: Exporting and sharing your mind map
  • 51. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 51 See Chapter 9 p41 CLOUD ACCOUNT ON WEB for Setting up Facebook/Twitter accounts Videos on exporting here: http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/exporting-maps Formats to choose from:  Share Map on Facebook, Twitter and You Tube  Place in PDF document  Place in IMAGE (picture)  Place in 3D Image  Place in Document  Place in Presentation  Place in Pack & Go  Place in Spreadsheet  Place in Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)  Place in Web  Place in Project  Place in GPML  Place in Audio  Place in DropTask Here is some ways of saving your mind map with business equipment mind map done on 27th Feb 2015
  • 52. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 52 DropTask is shown below. Videos at http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/droptask-integration
  • 53. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 53 Chap 6: DROPTASK “Integration with DropTask …iMindMap 7 - DropTask integration As you create mind maps in iMindMap 7, you can easily transfer tasks to DropTask, a visual, web-based tool for project and task tracking (click here to read my review of it). To use this feature, you can either click on the gray segment of the branch target and the DropTask tab in the menu that pops up. The program also displays DropTask information for the current task in the tabbed panel at the side of the workspace. There, you can add a note to the task and send it to DropTask. When it arrives there, it appears in the application’s inbox (as shown in the screenshot at right). This gives you the option of assigning it to a specific project. This is an interesting integration, but with a relatively small population of DropTask users in the world, I question its usefulness to the majority of iMindMap 7 users. iMindMap and DropTask make the perfect pairing, with both focusing on giving you an intuitive and visual environment in which to manage information. So now you can make the most of iMindMap’s creative workspace to generate and organise your ideas, then fire them into DropTask and power them through to successful implementation with DropTask’s fluid approach to task management.” Reference 10 There is a great article on DropTask Droptask brings a rich visual interface to task management in May 17th, 2013 By Chuck Frey Here at: http://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/droptask/ or click the picture above. How it works
  • 54. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 54 In iMindMap you can send any branch straight into the visual task management app, DropTask, to become a ‘task’. You can also export whole Mind Maps into DropTask, which will become ‘Projects’. Once you export your iMindMap branches into DropTask, individual and actionable task circles will form. You’ll then be able to use DropTask’s powerfully visual task indicators to give your project increased clarity and depth. Delegate tasks and manage priorities and deadlines Collaborate with colleagues in real time Get updates on your schedule and task progress
  • 55. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 55 Say goodbye to complex project management tools that become a project in themselves, with convoluted features and overly-complicated interfaces. DropTask is about a simple, visual and fluid way to handle your workload and complete successful projects. Example of steps 1 to 5 Step 1 Brainstorm ideas in iMindMap's generative and creative workspace, to capture and grow them fast. Organise and group those ideas to create a clear overview. Step 2 Select ideas that you would like to put into action and bring up the Branch Editor. Use the DropTask tab to send your branch and any attached notes as new tasks to DropTask.
  • 56. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 56 Step 3 You can now move into DropTask's collaborative and fluid task management workspace to organise your new tasks. Simply drag your new tasks into the relevant project. Step 4 Add priorities, attach files, update progress, and assign the tasks to your colleagues and more; all in a flexible, visual environment. Step 5 Reap the benefits of a simple, smooth process, with plenty of visual feedback, that lets you generate the right solutions and successfully implement them. No convoluted features, no jargon.
  • 57. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 57 Support for DropTask at: http://support.droptask.com/knowledgebase
  • 58. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 58 DropTask - The Fluid & Visual Way Towards Getting Things Done Delivering a fluid and engaging visual experience for effortless task management. Video at : http://youtu.be/WDqWDlje620 or click picture below Export your DropTask project into iMindMap 7  https://www.droptask.com/imindmap-integration/droptask-to-imindmap  Or http://youtu.be/Fmi44Eo7FM4 Sign up for free at https://www.droptask.com Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+Droptask/posts
  • 59. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 59 The export to iMindmap is very straightforward and easy- your groups will be exported as iMindmap branches and your tasks as descendent child branches. One of the great things about this export is that you’ll find all of your corresponding branches in the same colour as you’d originally selected in DropTask, so your user experience is greatly enhanced by allowing you to make a visual connection. Sending a task to Droptask - iMindMap 7
  • 60. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 60 Chapter 7: 3D View Watch your ideas come to life in awesome 3D when you create your maps in iMindMap’s 3D View. With 3D images and background environments, iMindMap is the most visually stimulating Mind Mapping tool available. Try 3D View to add a little drama to your brainstorming meetings, for bigger and bolder ideas. Plus, get audiences to sit up and take notice with iMindMap 3D Presentations. Click here for the branch target video tutorial Or here: http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/3d-view To access 3D View 1. Create or Open a Mind Map 2. Select 3D Map from the main toolbar. To Navigate 3D View 1. Hover over the end of a Branch or on a Central Idea to bring up the Branch target. 2. The Branch target in 3D view works exactly the same way as the Branch Target in 2D View. 3. To Pan the camera in 3D View simply Click & Drag the Compass icon around the View circle in the bottom right hand corner of iMindMap
  • 61. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 61 To Select a Background 1. Select the Settings cog icon in 3D View and select Environment 2. Select one of the pre-set 3D Backgrounds that are available in 3D View. To Export 3D View the current 3D View as an Image 1. Firstly Pan the camera angle to the position you wish to export the view as. 2. Select the Settings cog icon in 3D View and select Export View As Image. 3. Select either Export PDF, PNG or JPG. 4. Save the file to a familiar location on your computer To Exit 3D View 1. Select the ‘Mind Map’ button from the main toolbar. Tip: You can even select 3D Background for when presenting within iMindMap! Simply select the Settings icon when in the Presentation Builder and select ‘Default View’ as 3D. You can also select the 3D Environment from these Settings also. The 3D View will display once you’ve started the Presentation.
  • 62. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 62 Chapter 8: Speed Mind Mapping http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/speed-mind-mapping What we do at Speed Mind Mapping is bringing mind mapping to a whole new level. We chart your ideas visually at the speed of thought. Tony Buzan is the inventor of Mind Maps, the revolutionary thinking tool used by over 250 million people to help them unleash their mental potential. He is the world's leading authority on the brain, learning and memory. His multi-million copy bestselling books are available in 100 countries in 30 languages. He lectures worldwide and acts as a consultant to multi- national companies, governments, and athletes. He has recently launched the world's first official mind mapping software tool – iMindMap (http://thinkbuzan.com) On 25th Dec 2009 view this you tube: http://youtu.be/uMLhNojbr9w Chapter 9: Creating a Cloud Account (on computer/online: web site)
  • 63. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 63 How to create a cloud account? Store and sync your maps in iMindMap Cloud so you can access them from all ... other Freedom users to share Mind Maps, work together and develop ideas. Log in to account here: https://app.imindmap.com/ As you can see on the computer with iMindMap’s version 7 you can be LOCAL or in iMINDMAP CLOUD area Maps Area Local and Cloud - iMindMap 7 Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMnBe1gMWH4
  • 64. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 64  Contacts  Sign in to view Contacts
  • 65. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 65  Create Cloud Map  Signing in to iMindmap V 7 cloud account on computer
  • 66. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 66  iMindmap account log in CLOUD area on computer  Having Sign in to view Cloud account with mind maps etc.
  • 67. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 67 CLOUD ACCOUNT ON WEB (ONLINE) Discover iMindMap Cloud, a revolutionary tool that allows you to create, store, share and collaborate Mind Maps from your web browser, anywhere in the world. Setting up Facebook and Twitter accounts Link: https://app.imindmap.com/en Or https://app.imindmap.com
  • 68. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 68  Sharing a mindmap with embed code Video at: http://youtu.be/csb9-8znj64
  • 69. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 69  Sharing a mindmap with link Video at : http://youtu.be/Igavj05jivA
  • 70. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 70 Chapter 10: Creating a Freedom account on web site  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/freedom  http://help.thinkbuzan.com/freedom-2 An iMindMap Freedom subscription unchains you from your desktop computer and lets you take your ideas with you, wherever you go. Capture, share and present ideas with full access to your iMindMap on any supported device. Now that’s Freedom.
  • 71. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 71 Cost of Freedom is in Australia $21.99c for 12 months Subscription a. iMindMap Cloud Store and sync your maps in iMindMap Cloud so you can access them from all your devices b. Contacts & Sharing Connect with other Freedom users to share Mind Maps, work together and develop ideas c. Premium Mobile & Web Log into iMindMap apps on web browsers, iOS or Android devices & get the full feature set Subscribing to iMindMap Freedom gives you the full-featured iMindMap mobile and web apps, plus full iMindMap Cloud and Contacts & Sharing functionality. It means you can access and create your maps on any supported device, wherever you are.
  • 72. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 72 Chapter 11: Uploading to web site, You Tube, Facebook and twitter  Go to Settings (Cloud) to set the links of Facebook, Twitter in Social Media area. Sharing mind maps publicly http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/sharing-mind-maps  Go Maps area and click on the mind map you want to place on web site/or blog
  • 73. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 73 On the right hand side on the corner click on the area. Open, Move, Rename, WayBack, Share and Delete appear The other option is in the far right area. Options area Open, Move, Rename, WayBack, Share and Delete appear
  • 74. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 74 Video link: http://youtu.be/TuHorRYo6hY Share mind map appears and tick the necessary twitter or/and Facebook boxes. Type your brief message in the area then Select Share. (Bottom right side) There is only 107 characters for the message. It does a count for you need the share box.
  • 75. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 75 Before sending to Facebook or/and Twitter you may like to edit the picture for appearance online.  Edit the picture by select Edit drag area to be displayed  View the picture  Resent to default picture  Cancel what done  Save the picture to be displayed iMindMap @iMindMap · Feb 3 2014 @tayxiongsheng “Brilliant exploration of diversity in animals in iMindMap”
  • 76. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 76 Chapter 12: Create group sharing your iMindMap Select CONTACTS box Type in contact group name Choose photo for the contact group from computer Select Create contact Group down the bottom to SAVE the Contact group
  • 77. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 77 Chapter 13: Flowcharts If you think you know flowcharts, think again. We’ve given them the iMindMap touch in our colourful, easy-to-use flowcharting feature. You can capture ideas in the most effective way on the iMindMap canvas, whether that be by Mind Mapping or Flowcharting. It’s controversial, but we find that a little bit of both works best (and sure looks good). Hold and drag onto iMindmap area Hover over Flowchart elements to reveal the green dot. Click and drag from one to another to create a Relationship arrow.
  • 78. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 78 Video at: http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/flowcharts Or http://youtu.be/P_djsssN88Y “I added a simple flow chart to my mind map, and found the charting tools to be very easy to use. When a shape is selected, two little tabs stick out at the bottom of it that enable you to change its color and shape. While connecting one shape to another, iMindMap 7 provides you with ample visual feedback. When you hover over a shape, a green button appears in the middle of it with a dotted circle rotating around it. This lets you know the program is ready to add a connector line. You simply drag it to the shape to which you want to connect. As soon as your mouse hovers over the edge of the second shape, a similar rotating ring appears to let you know you’re in the right spot to drop the line (see screen shot below, which depicts me joining shapes C and the green parallelogram E).” Reference 10.
  • 79. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 79 Chapter 14: Inserting Links Video at: http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/inserting-links Inserting Links To insert a link to a Web Page on your Mind Map: 1. Select a branch or Flowchart item you wish to add the link to. 2. Select the Links icon from the Side Panel 3. Ensure that ‘Web’ is selected from the left hand side of the links panel and simply type in a web URL address. 4. After typing the URL press Enter to add it to the Branch. You will now noticed a Blue chain icon appears on your Branch. To access your link simply select this icon and then select the Link address from the drop down menu.
  • 80. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 80 To insert a link to a File on your Mind Map: 1. Select a branch or Flowchart item you wish to add the link to. 2. Select the Links icon from the Side Panel 3. Ensure that ‘File’ is selected from the left hand side of the links panel. 4. Select Browse and search for the file on your computer and select Open and then OK You will now noticed a Blue chain icon appears on your Branch. To access your link simply select this icon and then select the Link to the file from the drop down menu. Tip: Links will also be available within a word document file if you use the File > Export > Document option in iMindMap Ultimate. Removing Links To remove a link from a branch: 1. Select a branch or Flowchart item you wish to remove the link from. 2. Select the Links icon from the Side Panel 3. Select the icon from the right of the Link in the side panel An INSERTING LINKS video: http://youtu.be/m0JWARpdjjg
  • 81. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 81 Chapter 15: Easy and Advanced Presentations http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/how-to-give-a-killer-presentation-with-imindmap-7  Easy Presentations Published on 5 Dec 2013. The quick start guide to getting started in iMindMap 7's presentation view. Link to view: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7Ylc6Cm4WE  Advanced Presentations Published on 1 Nov 2012 Take your presentations to the next level and learn how to create individual slides from branches, the various ways iMindMap can be leveraged to auto generate slides and much more! Link to video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7M-_6bJlSc
  • 82. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 82 “Presentation templates Developer ThinkBuzan debuted a presentation builder in iMindMap 6. In version 7, it has added templates to help users create presentations even faster. Adding logos and backgrounds is now easier, too. When you click on the “present” button in the program’s toolbar, a window pops up that asks you what kind of presentation you plan to create – a meeting, teaching, big overview or in- depth talk (like the screen shot above). Helpful instructions explain what you’ll get if you select each option. You can also build your own presentation. Keep in mind that in the parlance of iMindMap 7, a presentation “template” doesn’t mean a set of colors and styles – it has to do with how the program displays each topic, the type of transitions used between slides and the speed at which it does so. iMindMap 7 - presentation templates selected “meeting,” and iMindMap 7 automatically created a set of slides where one branch appeared at a time in a slide-by-slide view, with quick transitions between them. I then used the new logo and background controls to add these elements to my slides (see screenshot at right). Logos appear in the lower right corner of each slide; you can’t move them around, and it’s up to you to select an image with a transparent background so you don’t get a white box around it when you add a background (which happened in the screen shot – see the logo in slide 2?). I then switched to “in-depth talk” and re-ran my presentation. The program now displayed all of my map’s branches in every slide, but simply zoomed and repositioned the map to center on each topic in succession. But because each slide displayed all of the topics and the branches were right next to each other, the effect was like watching my mind map bounce around on screen. To my way of thinking, this would probably be somewhat disconcerting to people viewing a presentation given in this style.
  • 83. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 83 Despite this minor nitpick, I like the way the presentation builder is designed. It’s easy to use and behaves intuitively.” Reference 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FnGKNPwTh4&feature=em-uploademail
  • 84. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 84 Chapter 16: Exporting Presentations as PDF’s and PowerPoint slides Published on 5 Dec 2013 this tutorial shows you how to to export your presentation created in iMindMap as a PDF document or visual PowerPoint slides. Link here: http://youtu.be/t7i9goNDmYM Or click picture PowerPoint With this brand new exporting option, you can export the slides you created in iMindMap to PowerPoint. The slides will appear exactly how you created them in the iMindMap Presentation Builder. So, you can deliver visually stunning presentations in PowerPoint as well; perfect if you have to present on a computer without iMindMap installed. This option can be found under File > Export or by clicking the Export button in the Presentation Builder.
  • 85. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 85 Chapter 17: Export Presentations to Video & YouTube Published on 5 Dec 2013 Learn how to export your iMindMap presentations as videos and even upload them directly to YouTube from iMindMap. Link to the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHlEuTt3zoE
  • 86. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 86 Chapter 18: Kiosk Mode Published on 5 Dec 2013. This video will teach you through the Kiosk functionality in iMindMap, where you can set durations for individuals slides and have iMindMap auto-play through them. Find out more at http://www.thinkbuzan.com Link to video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYPV1RQMyEk
  • 87. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 87 Chapter 19: How can we help? Think Buzan When you click Submit a support request this screen appears
  • 88. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 88 So enter your question or search iMindmap Knowledge Base area like I did below with exporting presentation. Click the link for more detail. If none of these are helpful- get in touch
  • 89. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 89 Chapter 20: Placing mind map on web site with links for each branch (bottom of web site) Web Site to view this: http://www.tonybuzan.com/about/mind-mapping/ Move down to bottom of web site and select this.. This open up this…..CLICK the links…SOFTWARE, ABOUT, NEWS and others
  • 90. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 90 Chapter 21 iMindmap Online To open iMindmap Online Select iMindmap you want to work on. Click Options and Select Open This is what appears…
  • 91. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 91 Chapter 22: More new features info New info imindmap v7 at: http://thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-7/ SOME OF THE NEW FEATURES…….with iMindmap Version 7  Importing Word Documents - iMindMap 7 Link to video : http://youtu.be/McQnBNj0xX4  BRANCH ART iMindMap 7 is more flexible and better looking than any other tool out there and Branch Art is a perfect example of this. Choose from our range of diverse new Branch Art designs and apply them to any branch on your map. It doesn’t just make your Mind Maps look good – with arrows, lightning bolts, roads and more – it also helps you to visually represent your ideas.
  • 92. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 92  The New Editor iMindMap 7′s map editor is packed with new tools that mean the features you need are right there when you need them. Here are the new tools: Faster Branch Target Draw branches with one click and access the Branch Editor by clicking the new grey segment. New Branch Editor With formatting, inserting and editing options to hand, you can stay focused on your map without revisiting the top tool bar time and time again. New Text Editor A useful new tool that appears when you are typing, so you can access font, size and colour options for text. Drag on images or icons Drag and drop images or icons from the Properties Panel right onto your map. You can also now drag and drop icons between branches.
  • 93. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 93 Make it a new central idea You can now add any image from our library as a new central idea on your canvas to start a new Mind Map  SAVE DOCUMENT Go to the left hand area and click Save A. Save B. Save As C. Save as iMind Cloud D. Save as Template  Images & Icons Make great looking maps by using our extensive Image & Icon Libraries, adding your own images or copy from the web. Insert floating images in your canvas or modify your map’s central idea.
  • 94. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 94  MultiMaps See the bigger picture and the little details when you’re juggling tasks by creating multiple maps on one canvas with MultiMaps.  SmartLayout & Clean Up SmartLayout takes care of the formatting of your Mind Map as you capture ideas to keep it tidy, or use Clean Up for an instant fix.  Templates Use our pre-made Template maps to get you started fast. You can also create your own or use Map Snippets to just save chunks of branches.
  • 95. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 95  Draw Mind Maps the right way iMindMap is Mind Mapping software from the organisation that invented Mind Mapping. That means everything we do is designed to get you thinking effectively and without limitations. Our unique quick-draw branch target means that you can create maps fast and access the all- important branch editor. Use the target to draw branches and box branches with one click or smoothly draw relationship arrows without interrupting your stream of thought.  7 secrets about iMindMap 7
  • 96. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 96 Develop your ideas Your brain needs freedom, colour, image and association to stimulate it fully. iMindMap’s non- rigid, flexible and organic workspace is designed to help you generate and develop your ideas. Get organised and productive Task management, report writing, meeting planning, team collaboration, budgeting, process design – all can be streamlined with iMindMap’s powerful and practical feature set. Present ideas with impact The slideshow has had its day. iMindMap will take you from the early brainstorming stages, through the refining and planning, all the way to delivering a slick, impressive presentation with ease and confidence. http://thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-7/
  • 97. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 97 4 ways to make your central idea stand out  http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/4-ways-to-make-your-central-idea-stand-out New Maps & Contacts areas  We have made it easier to browse your Mind Maps and connect with other users with our new Maps and Contact tabs at the top of your screen. Save your maps to the Cloud so you can access them on all your devices, organise them into folders and share them with your iMindMap Contacts. Not to mention…more Faster loading time More 3D environments and more Central Im
  • 98. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 98 Chapter 23: Quotes on iMindmapping “I often create maps for summarising huge quantities of information. The branch collapse feature is a lifesaver as I can temporarily collapse the branches I’m not working on – it allows me to focus on the task at hand and makes my map so much clearer!” By Melanie Blount, Educational Resources Manager, WJEC “Your Mind Mapping software has transformed our business & become a part of our cultural DNA at WWP”. By Wheaton Wealth Partners “I am addicted to iMindMap. It is very simple to use, creates maps with a really organic look and has a fantastic images library to use for free.” From Daniel Perdigão, NLP and Business Coach “iMindMap is the most creative piece of technology I’ve ever used”. By Graham Cullen, HeadTeacher, Porchester School “iMindMap helps you think and work smarter, organize your thoughts and ideas, present information with maximum impact, learn faster and improve your memory.” ...Mind Mapping Software Reviews “iMindMap 7 is an exceptional, functional and beautiful tool. So many things to use and do.” from Daisy Shum, Teacher “It’s look and feel is far more vibrant than iMindMap 6, which was already streets ahead of competitors” from Paul Roberts, Principle Fellow, Warwick University “I have been using the iMindMap with DropTask integration and it is superb. It really adds a whole new dimension to both products.” from Chris Taylor Reed, Founder of Your Agile Mind “Branch Art is awesome!” from Daisy Shum, Teacher “The software is awesome. It’s a lot cleaner, a lot quicker and there are some fantastic new features.” From Paul Collins, Business Consultant “Faster, easier and more intuitive than the already fantastic iMindMap 6.” from Ton Meeuwissen, Business Consultant "While organising projects, the Mind Map has made it easier for our company to identify all our resources, facilitated easier delegation of tasks, managing and prioritising the activities, making better choices and setting realistic deadlines. " from Gautam Ganglani, managing director, Right Selection LLC Group
  • 99. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 99 “It’s changed the whole way students work and think. They produce results which would never have been possible. “ from Paul Roberts, University of Warwick “Your Mind Mapping software has transformed our business & become a part of our cultural DNA at WW” from Wheaton Wealth Partners “iMindMap now makes incredible presentations…PowerPoint is dead.” From Dr George Huba “Generate creative ideas, think with clarity and invigorate your productivity.” By Tony Boyd, CEO of Iron Donkey Tours “Chris got my team to solve problems with a fresh perspective. He opened our minds and taught us how to generate ideas and it was exactly what the company needed.” From Martin Bowles, CEO of Horatio Investments “Tony Buzan is a man on an impressive mission – to unlock the power of our brains and show us how to tap and use our creative genius with ease and effectiveness.” From His Excellency Dr Abdul Hussein Ali Mirza, Minister for Oil & Gas, Bahrain
  • 100. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 100 Chapter 24: Free and paid courses in iMindmapping  Free eCourse at http://www.mindwerx.com/HowToMindMap eCourse: How to Mind Map To support Tony Buzan's vision of Global Mental Literacy, and the mission of both Mindwerx and the Buzan Centre, we have prepared a 10 Day Free eCourse to teach you how to Mind Map effectively. Over ten easy to follow lessons we are going to explain what a Mind Map is, how to create one, and explore the uses and benefits of Mind Mapping. We’ll also show you why Mind Maps work and look at where and how to get the most from your Mind Maps. In later lessons we’ll look at Mind Maps for summarising a book, for capturing your Life Goals, for developing a strategic plan, and for creating a memorable presentation. Then we’ll show you where and how you can go even further with Mind Mapping to unleash your genius. So get started by registering below, and your first lesson will be sent shortly, along with our next eLetter. File to insert in your HTML: How to Mind Map Copyright 2014 Mindwerx Pty Ltd - Home of Creativity and Innovation. Specialists in Creative thinking training, Innovative Thinking techniques and facilitation. Incorporates Tony Buzan's Buzan Centres (inventor of Mind Maps), iMindMap software, Edward de Bono's Thinking Techniques (Six Thinking Hats, Lateral Thinking and Direct Attention Thinking Tools (DATT)), HBDI, online elearning and public training courses (Mind Mapping, iMindMap, Speed Reading, Memory training, creative problem solving)
  • 101. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 101  Mind Mapping Overview http://www.mindwerx.com/cmpreview-mind-mapping-overview/summary  Free information at “How to use mind maps to unleash your brains” http://lifehacker.com/how-to-use-mind-maps-to-unleash-your-brains-creativity- 1348869811
  • 102. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 102 Mind Mapping to Get Things Done  More details at www.mindwerx.com/node/5724 Presenter: Jennifer Goddard, co-founder Mindwerx International and Director of the Buzan Centre: Aust/NZ. Jennifer is Tony Buzan’s Senior Master Trainer in Mind Mapping, Speed Reading and Improved Memory, and co-author with Tony of two books, Brain Training For Kids and The Most Important Graph in the World, which explores the 7.5 memory principles for personal and business success. "Learning how to learn is life's most important skill." …Tony Buzan [1] "Jennifer presented an easy and enjoyable introduction to the way our minds work and how with Mind Mapping we can start to create order out of chaos!” …Robin Page iMindMap helps you think and work smarter, organize your thoughts and ideas, present information with maximum impact, learn faster and improve your memory.” ...Mind Mapping Software Reviews Organise this for your team For more information on how we can tailor this program as an in-house workshop for your team please email us at: info@mindwerx.com or call Mindwerx on +61 (0)7 5502 6570 or call Bill Jarrard direct on +61 (0)419 645 29). E-learning Module DCI-05 Mind mapping  http://www.mindwerx.com/node/5937
  • 103. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 103 Introduction to Mind Mapping  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/online-courses/introduction-to-mind-mapping/ $14,00 for this course which I have undertaken. Here is few screens of it…Highly recommended it.. Question area and example of iMindMaps in CV and Weekly Tasks. You tube video: http://youtu.be/MOwFaKT1vDE
  • 104. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 104 Online training  http://thinkbuzan.com/training/online/ Basic Workshop If you want to get started with iMindMap and learn step-by-step the fundamental features of the software, this is the perfect session for you! This Mind Mapping training program is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the essential features in iMindMap, so that you will have a solid foundation to further develop your skills.  Price: £150GBP + VAT for a 60 minute session. http://thinkbuzan.com/training/online/ Advanced Workshop Looking to perfect your iMindMap skills? Discover the wide range of innovative features iMindMap has to offer which will enhance the way you work and approach tasks on a daily basis. Take your Mind Mapping abilities to the top level by discovering the most advanced features. As part of the package, you can tailor the session to meet your needs, and choose 2 extra topics to explore in greater depth.  Price: £300GBP + VAT for a 90 minute session. http://thinkbuzan.com/training/online/
  • 105. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 105 Licensed Instructor course:  http://thinkbuzan.com/training/details/thinkbuzan-licensed-instructor/ Mind mapping for Core Business Skills course  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/online-courses/mind-mapping-for-core-business-skills/ Brainstorming that works course.  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/online-courses/brainstorming-that-works/
  • 106. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 106  MindMappingMasteryin90minutes-E-learningCourse Aneasytofollow,onlineintroductiontoMindMappingforanyonewhowantstolearnhow toMindMapintheirowntimeandfromoneoftheworld'sleadingauthoritiesonthetechnique. www.illumine.co.uk/e-learning/mind-map-mastery-elearning.html Mind Mapping E-Learning Course for One month of UNLIMITED access just £49 (1 pound for 1.83 Australian Dollar) = $89.55 on 19th March 2014  A QUICK LESSON on MIND MAPPING with blendspace via QRcode Or http://blnds.co/1702T8j
  • 107. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 107 CONCLUSION Thanks to:  The web site http://www.thinkbuzan.com and its support with the many issues over the years, their helpfulness and providing many resources.  Tony Buzan for he being a world renowned inventor of Mind Maps and author of Mind Maps for Kids: Rev up for Revision, Brain Child, How to Mind Map and numerous other books. Tony Buzan features regularly in the media and advises governments, educational authorities, international Olympic athletes and leading multinational companies. His work has been published in 100 countries and 30 languages. I have been purchasing and using his books, CDs and resources over the many years of my teaching, coaching and training citizens. I have used the many different versions of imindmap created over the many years.  Tony Buzan’s video on the Origins of Mind Mapping. It was uploaded on 27 Oct 2010. Tony in Dublin 2010 discussing the origins of Mind Mapping. Located at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LX3peWpxV8#t=18  George J Huba PhD © 2012-2013 for his outstanding wordpress site with his marvelous creations of imindmaps and info  The many mind mapping softwares and web sites I have visited over the many years of my teaching life. I have used Xmind, Free minding and many others. Other types of iMindMaps info here: https://ballaratcrtnetwork.wikispaces.com/mind+mapping and http://www.lor.sccsc.edu/lr/resources/software/mind-mapping/  To Hans Buskes who shared with me the link to Thinglink…with his mindmap and its links. His wordpress is located at: http://mastermindmaps.wordpress.com/about-me.  ThingLink for helping me create and discover rich images. Be creative! Making my images come alive with music, video, text, images, shops and more! Every image contains a story and ThingLink helps me tell my stories. Follow image channels from my favorite bands, bloggers and friends. My ThingLink interactive images form a channel that other users can follow. Share my channel with friends on Facebook and Twitter, and follow my friends. Touch and discover. Thinglink is a great way to share you tube and links to web sites all one site. View further info http://www.thinglink.com/learn  True Learning Centre where I first learnt about mind mapping in Perth from the Training & Development located at 90/ 78 TERRACE Rd, Perth WA 6000 Phone (08) 9221 8666.  Reg Bolten who help with my circus skills with students in schools. Outstanding guidance helped me learn to unicycle riding, juggling and magic performances. Visit his web sites:  http://www.regbolton.org  http://www.suitcasecircus.com/
  • 108. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 108 Feedback from users of iMindmap V 7 Here is comments from Erick H. He is in the LinkedIn - Mind Map User Group (MMUG) created by Ruud Rensink, Chairman at Mensa, The High IQ Society. Erick H I have been using this tool for several years now since version 4. I think. I am glad they keep improving each year to bring more flexibility and innovation into the Mind Mapping community. I am a visual thinker passionate and Mind Mapping lover. I use it for work, personal grow and almost anything where a mind map can be applied to. One thing though is that I have been searching for the ultimate, do it all, 4x4, DMM tool. I can say I am still searching. I personally own licenses for Mindjet, Novamind, IMM and Dropmind (and the brain but this one falls in another category) and none of these has fulfilled my needs 100%. iMindmap Ultimate - I think is the best tool for creativity and flexibility. Coming from Buzan's trademark company, makes honor to the foundations of mind mapping principles, offering a lot of flexibility, organic look and feel and design options. Presentations are great too however I still not feeling comfortable to use for any business or formal work presentations. I probably need to explore more on this new version but I highly recommend if you want to express to the highest in the mind mapping method. Maybe, space optimization has some room for improvement in future versions and alternative business like templates and viewer tool for sharing maps. I mainly use this tool when I need to achieve an artistic work and when I am in my creative mood. “In the last few years the quality of Mind Mapping software has increased dramatically and is now moving even faster. We recommend iMindMap Ultimate as the best Mind Mapping software, and it is the official Buzan software. MindGenius V3 is also terrific, and does more than just Mind Mapping, but isn't as 'Map like' as iMindMap” “Mind Maps are one of the most powerful tools in your Deliberate Creativity and Innovation toolkit. Building on the significant research and development done by Tony Buzan over 40 years, this eModule is delivered by Jennifer Goddard, Tony's Senior Master Trainer and co- founder of Mindwerx International.” “Mind Maps work with your brain and in this program you will begin to develop brain friendly learning skills that unleash personal genius and creativity.” Posted by: Bill Jarrard on December 12th, 2010 DCI-05 Mind Mapping course (Reference 7)
  • 109. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 109 SURVEYS ON MINDMAPPING Web site: http://lifehacker.com/5188833/hive-five-five-best-mind-mapping-applications iMindMap (Windows/Mac/Linux, $99-295) iMindMap can claim two distinctions among the top five tools. First, it's the biggest download—weighing in at 135MB. Second it's the only application on the list developed by Tony Buzan—who lays claim to being the inventor of the mind map. iMindMap takes a different approach to mapping than the other applications in the list. Rather than create new nodes off the main idea by adding boxes, nodes are created by clicking in the centre or the main idea and drawing away from it with the mouse. Each new idea is a branch off the centre. Strangely, many of basic feature available in free mind-mapping software are only found in the more expensive versions of iMindMap, like the ability to expand and collapse branches. Mind maps created in iMindMap can be exported as PDF, JPG, PNG and text outline; a 7 day trial is available. Which Mind Mapping Software Is Best? (Poll) MindMeister 11.38% (401 votes) MindManager 25.06% (883 votes) XMind 20.35% (717 votes) FreeMind 26.79% (944 votes) iMindMap 3.86% (136 votes) Other 13% (443 votes) Total Votes: 3,524 Create Your Own Poll Viewable at: http://lifehacker.com/5188833/hive-five-five-best-mind-mapping-applications
  • 110. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 110 Biggerplate TOP 5 Most Tested Software/apps Most Popular software/apps 1. Mindjet Mindmanger 1. Mindjet 30.4% 2. iMindmap 2. iMindmap 18.5% 3. Freemind 3. MindGenius 16.0% 4. Mind Genius 4. iThoughts 8.2% 5. Xmind 5. xMind 7.7% Infographics viewable here: http://blog.mindjet.com/2014/02/biggerplate-mind-mapping- software-report-2014-infographic/
  • 111. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 111 Mind Mapping Feedback Survey – The Results Recently, Mind Mapping Tony Buzan’s organisation did a survey to find out how people have benefited from Mind Mapping. They were blown away by the positive and varied response, so they are sharing the results with you. Here are some of the highlights: We began by asking ‘In what field do you use Mind Mapping’ ?  52% of you said that you use Mind Mapping in business  42% said in an educational setting  64% of you said at home. The data showed that many of users of Mind Mapping used in more than one setting. This confirms that Mind Mapping is versatile, and can be easily incorporated in to every setting.
  • 112. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 112 We wanted to know what Mind Mapping has helped you to improve…  79% of you said Mind Mapping has helped to improve your productivity.  86% said Mind Mapping has helped to improve your idea generation.  73% said Mind Mapping has helped to improve your problem solving skills.  78% said that Mind Mapping has helped you to improve your recall of information.  61% said that Mind Mapping has helped you to improve your presenting skills.  61% said that Mind Mapping has helped you to improve your task management. But what is it that Mind Mapping has helped you improve the most? Creativity! An impressive 87% of you said that Mind Mapping has helped you improve this. Other comments given on the survey were: “It gives me the confidence to tackle business issues head on.” “I like how you can use it to deal with a task that needs doing right now, or something that could stretch out several years, or maybe your whole life.” “I would not have been a doctor if it wasn’t for Mind Mapping. Simple as that!” “I use it to download the ideas from my mind and to give structure to a lot of information. I love Mind Mapping” Reference 11: www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/education/mind-mapping-feedback-survey-the-results
  • 113. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 113 OUTLINE OF iMindMap v 7  “Let's use our Brain tries to give you some insight on Mind Mapping. Mind Mapping is a method developed by Tony Buzan. Remember: MMMEE = mindmapping makes everything easier. “(Reference 6)  Paid version - iMindMap 7 (released November 2013 includes the following features: Presentation View; DropTask integration 3D View, Branch Art, Smart Layout, MultiMaps, Flowcharts, Spreadsheets, Map Snippets, adding & exporting audio notes, attaching data (via dragging and dropping), intelligent printing, filtering, integration with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook), Apple iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) and OpenOffice.org (Writer, Calc, Impress); Project View for project management; image and icon library; sketch tool, OPML Import & Export, expand and collapse; focus on and focus out; relationship arrows; boundaries; importation of Mind Manager, Novamind, Freemind and Word files; export as web pages, PDFs and SVGs, It also Supports Mac Mavericks and Windows 8. Languages include: English and Japanese.  In the newest update, 7 (released November, 2013) new features have been added to the desktop software including Branch Art, a whole new user interface, export presentation to PowerPoint, DropTask integration, new editor tools, presentation backgrounds, templates and PDF handouts, new Sketch and changeable Skins.  Subscription version - "iMindMap Freedom" is a subscription package released in March 2012. It includes iMindMap mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android Phone and Android Tablet, an online editor that can be accessed through a web browser and ThinkBuzan Cloud to store and sync Mind Maps between the supported devices.  "iMindMap is certainly a tool that I could not be without in business. Not only does it organise my thoughts but it also enables me to put my point across to my audience in a concise and interactive way." from Tony Knight, spAceworkZ Ltd
  • 114. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 114 DOWNLOAD and PRICING Download free 7 day trail of iMindMap 7 here: http://thinkbuzan.com/download/ or http://www.tonybuzan.com/software/ Help in downloading in this document at https://app.box.com/s/zt919shof95seonvg6tr Pricing from 1 to 20 users  Home & Students $83 to $41.50 each users  Ultimate $252.00 to $126.00 each users  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/pricing/ Whatever your Mind Mapping needs, we can provide a package that works for you. Take a look at our iMindMap pricing table below for up to 25 users. If your needs are larger, have a look at our Education and Corporate Pricing below. Education Pricing We offer great discounts on our prices for schools and educational institutions. From site licenses for our iMindMap desktop software to iPad apps for your teachers, we can put together a competitive package for you. Get in touch with our Sales Team at sales@thinkbuzan.com and simply let us know what you are looking for. Upgrading from previous versions  Upgrade from iMindMap version 6 or below to iMindMap 7  iMindMap 7 Home & Student user? Upgrade to iMindMap 7 Ultimate and just pay the difference! Existing Serial Number required. Go here to upgrade: http://thinkbuzan.com/products/upgrade/ Info on upgrade here: http://www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/how-to-upgrade
  • 115. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 115 RESOURCES: See the link to these resources here: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/485964055224254466 or the picture below QR code for access to web site I have placed most of these links from the resources onto ThingLink….link above also with the QR code. I can always edit or charge links at any time to the ThingLink creation. Feedback appreciated on ThingLink and imindmap version 7
  • 116. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 116 Mind Mapping  http://thinkbuzan.com/  http://thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-7/  http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/uses/  http://thinkbuzan.com/gallery/  www.buzan.com.au/learning/mind_mapping.html  http://www.buzan.com.au/buzan_centre/tony_buzan.html  iMindmap V 7 features http://www.thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/features  Tony Buzan web site www.tonybuzan.com/about/mind-mapping/  Biggerplate web site http://www.biggerplate.com/  Biggerpalte tutorials http://www.biggerplate.com/tutorials  Freedom Account http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/freedom/  Biggerplate Tutorials http://www.biggerplate.com/tutorials/4/iMindMap  Further links at iMindMap Templates and Examples , iMindMap User Groups and iMindMap website  News items on Tony Buzan www.tonybuzan.com/news/press/  Presentations at http://help.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap-desktop/presentationview  Help at http://help.thinkbuzan.com/category/imindmap-desktop  Why imindmap? http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/why-imindmap/  Lets Use Our Brain www.letsuseourbrain.com  Free mind maps examples at: http://www.mindwerx.com/mindexchange/browse- grid/mind-maps  How to Mind Map a Text Book. http://www.usingmindmaps.com/how-to-mind-map-a- text-book.html  Master Mind Maps at http://mastermindmaps.wordpress.com/  Lesson Plan http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/10193  Mind Map your lesson plan in 8 easy steps at http://www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/10193  7 mind mapping uses for students http://www.thinkbuzan.com/articles/view/7-mind- mapping-uses-for-students/  7 mind mapping uses for teaching http://www.thinkbuzan.com/articles/view/7-mind- mapping-uses-for-teaching/  http://www.mindwerx.com/cmpreview-mind-mapping-overview/summary  Mind Map® Examples at www.mind-mapping.co.uk/mind-maps-examples.htm  Mind Map Education at http://www.mind-mapping.co.uk/mind-maps- examples/education.htm  iMindMap 7 offers a more flexible creative space for your ideas at http://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/imindmap-7-offers-flexible-creative-space-ideas  Inspiration at http://www.mindmapinspiration.com  Educators at http://www.thinkbuzan.com/solutions/education with heaps of videos, cases and resources.  Introduction to Mind Mapping DVD purchasable online at web site  Mind Maps Powermap PDF at https://app.box.com/s/0ry3igw0lwfqb20pp2oz  The Institute For Strategic Awareness. www.buzan.co.za  http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/charles57/Creative/Mindmap
  • 117. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 117 DropTask  Droptask info at: http://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/droptask/ Books  PDF Mind Mapping Evidence Report at http://b701d59276e9340c5b4d- ba88e5c92710a8d62fc2e3a3b5f53bbb.r7.cf2.rackcdn.com/docs/Mind%20Mapping%20Ev idence%20Report.pdf or from BOX https://app.box.com/s/9dwalofv5ycwcc226mom  The Mind Map Book Unlock your creativity, boost your memory, change your life By Tony Buzan and Barry Buzan c 2010  Mind Maps for Business Revolutionise your business thinking and practice By Tony Buzan with Chris Griffiths c 2010  Book Summaries using Mind Maps® http://www.mind-mapping.co.uk/mind-maps- examples/book-overviews-using-mindmaps.htm Evernote  How to integrate Evernote with 7 mind mapping applications at http://www.mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/evernote-mind-mapping-integration/ Using windows 8.1 I am able to save the website and place it into my Evernote account. Facebook for iMIndmap for Apple iPhone  https://www.facebook.com/iMindMapMobile Android software  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thinkbuzan.imindmap.phone&hl=en
  • 118. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 118 Apple iPads  iPads http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/7-modern-ways-teachers-use-mind- mapping  iMindMap Edu http://itunes.apple.com/app/imindmap-edu/id661712414?mt=8  Why iPad and iMindMap are essential in education at : http:///www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/tag/ipad  Download iPads at http://www.a.pplications.com/iapp/503812755 Scoop IT  http://www.scoop.it/t/imindmap  http://www.scoop.it/t/education-tutoring/?tag=iMindMap ThingLink web site  My mindmapping in Education presentation with links to You Tube, an ebook and other info https://www.thinglink.com/scene/477038711096213504  TOUCH this image: Mindmapping by wwl2 http://www.thinglink.com/scene/405889263004024832  5 Ways to Send a Stronger Message - Tony Buzan http://www.thinglink.com/scene/430739055349596162  How useful mindmapping is? http://www.thinglink.com/scene/317993381252825088  Imaginarium http://www.thinglink.com/scene/286442337364606976  Huba's Laws of Mind Mapping (with Annotations) http://www.thinglink.com/scene/429680931213672449  Interactive mind map with ThingLink info at: http://www.drawmeanidea.com/2012/05/interactive-mind-map-with-thinglink.html My Mahara web site  http://mahara.brightcookie.com/view/view.php?t=a1G6RKAyQnwb4Hs9xuqi Wikispaces  The Most Impressive Feature About Its New IPad App at: http://www.parallelsformacintoshhn.wikispaces.com/Parallels+for+macintosh+- +IMindMap+-+The+Most+Impressive+Feature+About+Its+New+IPad+App  The Fanciest Element Concerning The Innovative IPad App at: http://www.ipadoccasion.wikispaces.com/Ipad+occasion+IMindMap+- +The+Fanciest+Element+Concerning+The+Innovative+IPad+App  https://ballaratcrtnetwork.wikispaces.com  http://ihall2057.wikispaces.com/  Mind Map info on Wikispaces at: https://ballaratcrtnetwork.wikispaces.com/mind+mapping Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tony-Buzan-mind-map/339066216126223?fref=ts  https://www.facebook.com/tony.buzan?fref=ts
  • 119. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 119 Blogs and Wordpress  http://challengeepcopmooc.wordpress.com/about/  http://casualreliefteacher.blogspot.com.au/  My mindmapping blog http://imindmapping2014.blogspot.com.au/  http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/  Blog at: http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/mind-mapping-in-zambia  http://hubaisms.com/2014/03/20/picture-mind-maps-and-retrieving-memories/  Great mind maps check this blog out http://www.hubaisms.com/maps-of-the-mind/ Pinterest  http://www.pinterest.com/imindmap/  http://www.pinterest.com/IQmatrix/tony-buzan/  http://www.pinterest.com/reebafaysal/mind-map-with-tony-buzan/  http://www.pinterest.com/msjengoddard/favourite-buzan-books/  http://www.pinterest.com/leximckee/mind-maps/  http://www.pinterest.com/phippsnorman/imindmap/  http://www.pinterest.com/Routh26/imindmap/  http://www.pinterest.com/chuckfrey/mind-mapping-software-tips/  http://www.pinterest.com/mindmaps/mind-maps-education/ Instagram  http://ink361.com/app/#/feed Twitter  https://twitter.com/howtomindmap  https://twitter.com/Tony_Buzan  https://twitter.com/iMindMap Google Plus communities  Mind Mapping https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110821746973517325116  Think Buzan Mindmapping https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109987455277087581910  Mind Mapping https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/108630522269768285041 Pearltree  Teach Marjia’s http://www.pearltrees.com/#/N-u=1_259480&N-p=24805112&N- s=1_3282789&N-f=1_3282789&N-fa=2618300  Vasie Stoica http://www.pearltrees.com/#/N-s=1_5893580&N-u=1_770499&N- p=53856882&N-f=1_5893580&N-pw=-1&N-fa=5892873  Anu Jakanari http://www.pearltrees.com/#/N-u=1_855417&N-p=95792099&N- s=1_9861164&N-f=1_9861164&N-fa=6387696 Symbaloo  http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/imindmappingversion6
  • 120. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 120 Livebinder  http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=165702 You Tube  Tutorial: Transform your mindmap to video using iMindMap at : http://www.revedution.com/2013/09/11/tutorial-transform-your-mindmap-to-video-using- imindmap/  You Tube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/iMindMap  Have a look at these brilliant videos: "Create Mind Maps - Productivity Tools for Graduate Students" at http://ow.ly/tiqbz  iMindMap Tutorial - Getting Started at http://youtu.be/tR9uwL5qwOg  iMindMap User - www.imindmapuser.com/imindmap/first-mind-map-video-tutorial  ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7 Video Lessons (Beginner Level) at http://youtu.be/wJ- u4HW3WLA  ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7 Video Lessons (Intermediate Level) at http://youtu.be/pSX3pVQPQ1Q  Vimeo tutorials imindmap v 5 at http://vimeo.com/album/1724726  Apple ipads http://youtu.be/Vsf-F-6fZD4  iMindMap HD for iPad at http://youtu.be/IcAf9U7dUhI  How to Mind Map at http://youtu.be/4wZ5wV5dPZc  http://www.thinkbuzan.com/articles/view/educational-videos/  http://www.hubaisms.com/2013/11/18/imindmap7-an-initial-review-with-map-and-video- of-3d-presentation/  www.videojug.com/film/how-to-mind-map-with-tony-buzan  http://youtu.be/tAUsZ9eiorY
  • 121. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 121 iMindmap examples on web sites  Social Media http://www.imindmap.thinkbuzan.com/v1/#52e793eeb656edcd36000027  Ian Hall http://www.imindmap.thinkbuzan.com/v1/#5321a66db656ed1963b18951  How to Mind Map http://livingavirtualassistantlife.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/how_to_mind_map_using_i mindmap.png  iMindmap 7 Initial review at http://www.hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/imindmap-7-initial-review-final.png  http://www.trouvetavoie.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/imindmap-7.png  Test new version MyThoughts by Hans Buskes at : http://www.mastermindmaps.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/newreleasemythoughts.jpg Other mindmaps on web sites  http://www.revedution.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/study-efficiently-in-five-steps.png  http://www.hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/18th-chance.png  http://hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/universal-human-rights-2013.png  http://hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/some-things-to-document-as-you-age.png  http://hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/learn-to-learn.png  http://hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/10-warning-signs-of-alzheimers- disease.png  http://www.hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/maps-of-the-mind1.png  http://www.hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/2mv-p.png  http://www.hubaisms.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/10-critical-things-i-learned-about- mind-mapping-in-2013.png  http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/charles57/Creative/Mindmap/mm_wheel.htm Help in Using iMindmap web site is http://imm.to/zpP4D Update at: http://imm.to/sFpXB or http://imm.to/KmFdQ or http://imm.to/UGBqC or imindmap.thinkbuzan.com/v1/#5321a66db656ed1963b18951 Info for Ed at: www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/case-studies/educational-reform-with-mind-mapping Articles/Mind maps in PDF  A Mind Map Laws Pad at https://app.box.com/s/nto62wucx10ugv47p39g  Head Man Article at https://app.box.com/s/8nh7d6lc3xit8f8dm551  Six Thinking Hats Mind Map at http://app.box.com/files/0/f/1169371129/1/f_15380955625  Mind Map Tutor at www.mindmaptutor.com  Mind Mapping Topic Guide by Illuminate https://app.box.com/s/xir3pfp7npdgr9wqpof3  Education-Times-India-25.05.11 document at https://app.box.com/s/flt0ypnp8sa504v89zfs  How You Go, October 2012, Seeker News at https://app.box.com/s/8er9x4sj67rv6eq6l32q  Creativity- Lost Cause or Learned Art at https://app.box.com/s/bp38qaeud79o1wqu7ti6  How_To_Mind_Map at: https://app.box.com/s/44n2sq3nfhh1zqogj5vq  Six Thinking Hats Mind Map at: https://app.box.com/s/e6e6v8s52aui0dk7ez6j  A mind mapping ebook v3 at: https://app.box.com/s/80g2xv3jvfqvmrxlyeb7  Tony Buzan profile at: www.open.edu/openlearn/profiles/guest-16  Learning Technologies UK at: www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/speakers/tony-buzan/  Pedagogy Experts Tony Buzan at: www.nurturecraft.com.sg/navi/experts
  • 122. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 122 SOME EXAMPLES OF MY USE OF iMINDMAP over the many years as primary school teacher
  • 123. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 123 SOME EXAMPLES OF MY USE OF iMINDMAP over the many years as information technology trainer
  • 124. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 124 From Buzan Online: iMindMap is the official Mind Mapping software from the inventor of Mind Mapping, and Tony Buzan. A refreshingly easy, different and practical way to think and work, iMindMap will help you to be more creative and more efficient. It blending a world renowned process, already used by over 250 million people, with cutting edge technology and our signature intuitive interface. iMindMap will breathe new life into your everyday tasks and guide you to discovering fresh and innovative ideas of your own. iMindMap is used worldwide by schools, organizations and companies - some of which you may be familiar with, such as NASA, Walt Disney, Microsoft, Pepsi, IBM, and the United Nations - helping them to think differently and to work in a more productive, creative and time saving way. What's new in this version: Version 7.0.1: Creative Branch Art New Editor Redesigned Interface Reference 8
  • 125. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 125 HOW TO MIND MAP Thanks to Qucho Felix See web site on “How to Mind Map?” at: http://blog.thinkbuzan.com/imindmap/how-to-mind-map
  • 126. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 126 Reference: 1. http://www.buzan.com.au/learning/mind_mapping.html 2. http://makeapowerfulpoint.com/2013/03/04/after-powerpoint-whats-next-prezi/ 3. Page XV in “The Mind Map Book” Tony Buzan and Barry Buzan c 2010 4. http://thefutureisred.com/august-writing-prompt-mind-maps/ 5. http://thinkbuzan.com/products/imindmap/why-imindmap/ 6. www.letsuseourbrain.com/index.php#simple2 7. Bill Jarrard on December 12th, 2010 DCI-05 Mind Mapping course Copyright 2014 Mindwerx Pty Ltd - Home of Creativity and Innovation. Specialists in Creative thinking training, Innovative Thinking techniques and facilitation. Incorporates Tony Buzan's Buzan Centres (inventor of Mind Maps), iMindMap software, Edward de Bono's Thinking Techniques (Six Thinking Hats, Lateral Thinking and Direct Attention Thinking Tools (DATT)), HBDI, online elearning and public training courses (Mind Mapping, iMindMap, Speed Reading, Memory training, creative problem solving 8. iMindMap - Free download and software reviews - CNET Download.com http://download.cnet.com/iMindMap/3000-18509_4-10893798.html#ixzz2wSRvPlq1 9. About Mind Mapping at: http://www.tonybuzan.com/about/mind-mapping/ 10.Blog http://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/imindmap-7-offers-flexible-creative-space- ideas/ 11.www.blog.thinkbuzan.com/education/mind-mapping-feedback-survey-the-results How to Create Mind Maps By Sada Nam Kaur Video at: http://youtu.be/xQWvD3DsbQw
  • 127. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 127 iMindMap @iMindMap Feb 27 Brilliant iMindMap "Influence Trust and Integrity collaborative map" from Sharon Tatsumi_Yoshizaki @Cham_Tatsumi · Mar 2 2014 - BigMindMap at Sendai.
  • 128. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 128 The happiness ritual by Erick Montero: Incredible iMindMap! Thank you for sharing
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  • 131. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 131 QRcode for “About Me” Contact Details: Ian B Hall Casual Relief Primary School Teacher 7/16 North St Inglewood 3517 Mobile: 0403 264 041 Skype Phone 03 90149457 Skype User: skippy32519 Skype: https://workspace.skype.com/users/ian-hall Biographical site https://www.vizify.com/ian-hall Web site: http://vu2lioj.dhpreview.devhub.com/ Main WEB SITE: https://sites.google.com/site/ianhallseportfolio/ Google WEB SITE: https://plus.google.com/+IanHall Yahoo Profile: http://profile.yahoo.com/K44SAXW5ZAFBVHVTMAFNT73KUE LinkedIN: http://au.linkedin.com/in/ianhall2057 Casual Relief Teacher blog: http://casualreliefteacher.blogspot.com.au/ Edublogs: http://ianhall.edublogs.org Pearl Trees web site: http://pear.ly/f3nPm Word Press: http://challengementorofepcopmooc.wordpress.com Wikispaces: http://ihall2057.wikispaces.com/ Slide Share: http://www.slideshare.net/ihall2057 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ian.hall.16 ThingLink: Ian Hall Nov 2013 https://www.thinglink.com/scene/448629198429356033 Mahara Ian Hall March 2014 Training, Voluntary activities and Mind Mapping at: http://mahara.brightcookie.com/view/view.php?t=a1G6RKAyQnwb4Hs9xuqi EPortfolio Assessment: Framework for understanding at: https://sites.google.com/site/eportsforlearning/
  • 132. Ian B Hall CRT in Bendigo Vic Australia 132 Tony Buzan Click the picture for more Professional Development info. Since he was a child Tony Buzan has been enchanted by what he describes as the power and beauty of the mind. He has dedicated his adult life firstly to encouraging all around him to be aware of the latent brainpower that we all possess and secondly to teach a whole range of memory and study techniques that aim to dramatically improve our performance. His radical note-taking method known as Mind-Mapping is designed to mirror the construction of the human brain. He is co-founder of the Mind Sports Olympiad – an annual event where would be champions meet up to do battle over games like chess, backgammon, draughts and scrabble. LINKS TO TONY BUZAN & CHRIS GRIFFITHS MIND MAPPING INFO 3RD THURSDAY 10TH APRIL 2014 21:15 PAGES 1- 132 (24 HOUR CLOCK)MARCH 2014 AT 15:00 58 PAG24 HOUR TIME) This (e)book “Help in using “Mindmap v 7” by Ian Hall is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License