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Concept mapping: Theory and practice

Concept maps are graphical representations of knowledge that can be used to capture, organize, and communicate ideas.

Come and learn about concept mapping, a technique with a strong theoretical background in learning psychology, and gain hands-on experience while designing your own map. We will explore the freely available IHMC CmapTools software.

Find more about concept mapping on our Library guide, where you can watch a video tutorial and take our quiz.

Date: 
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Time: 
10:30
Duration: 
60 minutes
Room: 
e-Classroom (main floor)
Building/Location: 
McLennan Library Building
Associated Branch: 
Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Campus: 
Downtown Campus
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