Saturday, August 4, 2007

MindMeister



Here's a great collaborative mind mapping tool. MindMeister allows you to quickly create a mind map online. You can share it publicly or selectively invite others to view and collaborate. The history allows you to see when changes have been made. It comes with a quick tutorial. This app seems like another great way to have students who are unable to meet in real time find a way to collaborate.

4 comments:

Omar said...

Here is another really good collaborative web-based mind mapping tool that is worth trying out
comapping.com.

We have had great success among students.

Bookminder said...

Thanks, Omar, I'll check it out. I'm very grateful that the summer holidays provide time to explore so many new 2.0 apps.

Jeri Hurd said...

LOL--You beat me to it! And thanks or the tip.

Jeri Hurd said...

Oh, hey, I forgot to post what I actually got on to send you.

Here's the link to a Web 2.0 PageFlake I published. Feel free to use it, if it's useful for you!

http://wwww.pageflakes.com/librarywannabe/12181054