NW eLearn Concept Map Presentation

This was the presentation for the NW eLearning Conference.: “Class assignments that utilize concept maps are an opportunity for instructors to provide high level, interactive assignments that take full advantage of their students’ visual intelligence. This workshop will explore the relationship of visual thinking and concept maps through historical and modern examples. The history of concept maps will be explored with demonstrations of the simplest to the latest technology including dynamic, online collaborative
concept maps. A range of concept mapping technologies will be demonstrated, from paper and pencil to the latest online tools.” It was such a pleasure to present here at this conference. The folks that came had good questions and were there to share! I respect and appreciate the scientifically, researched based examinations of this topic but this if from the perspective of a student of the humanities who sees the roots of concept maps in our earliest visual expressions and interactions with the world.

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