Choose a concept map template and customize it with your ideas. You can create collaborative concept maps easily and fast using Mindomo.
Easy, fast and efficient.
Customize your concept map starting from an editable template. Generate new ideas by yourself or collaborate in real time with your team using Mindomo.
You can easily add or remove topics, link them connecting the lines and add relations. Moreover, you can add cross connections between topics. You are able to add links and multimedia files to your maps (images, video and audio files).
In addition, you can convert with one click your concept map into a mind map, Gantt chart or an outline.
Mindomo Templates: Create collaborative concept maps easily and fast
Mindomo is a very user-friendly tool that offers you concept map templates. You can edit and customize them exactly how you prefer. However, you also have the option to create your concept maps from scratch.
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Concept mapping is a technique used for organizing and structuring knowledge into a visual representation. So far it sounds like a mind map.
Many people make a confusion when it comes to these two terms. The truth is that they resemble each other. The major difference between concept maps and mind maps is that concept maps highlight the relations between ideas. The concepts are connected between them.
Moreover, a concept map has a more flexible layout, compared to the rigid structure of a mind map. The topics and subtopics can even overlay in a concept map.
Concept maps can be a great discovery and learning tool. For instance, they can be perfect for a brainstorming session. When you begin to brainstorm you can be confused and don’t know how to begin. You can also find it challenging to make sense of all the ideas that came out.
Creating a concept map helps you to do it right. Connect the lines of thinking and discover relationships between your thoughts. This way new ideas can be born.
Thanks to the flexible structure of a mapping template, you can take notes when you attend classes. Moreover, you can study using a concept map. Structure your chemistry, physics, biology, anatomy, math, literature etc. courses and you will remember everything easier. You can use words or phrases or even images, videos and audio files.
Concept mapping is great even for the little kids, not only for students or learners from school or high school.
Kids can learn animals, colors, foods, plants etc. easily and fast by using diagrams. Simple concept maps with images and arrows that connect them are very easy to understand.
In this case, creating a concept map for kids would be even better than a mind map. The last one can be dependent upon the ability of the creator. Everyone can see the topics and subtopics and the way they are arranged.
However, a concept map also gives a context to the reader, making the relationships much more explicit.
Similarly to mind maps, concept maps can be very useful in business. This approach is business-friendly: highly communicative and collaborative, easy to use, flexible and intuitive.
You can use them to structure all kinds of information needed for work. With concept mapping you can structure business plans, make analysis, plan business meetings, find new ideas, manage processes and more!
You can even create to-do lists or a concept map that keeps resources in one place, like a storage.
Add links or multimedia files there (images, video and audio files). You can use a mapping template for each or you can start creating from scratch.
Concept mapping is a handy tool for personal development, personal time management or even when you want to put your life together. There is a large variety of purposes which serve your personal needs where creating a concept map really helps.
Have you ever thought about creating a vision board? Or simply set some personal goals? Or maybe you would like to use it to learn more about a domain that you are passionate about. There’s no better way than writing them and visualizing them. Use pictures.
Make to-do lists and start prioritizing the most important things for you. When you don’t have inspiration just use a mapping template and this exercise will be like a brainstorming. You can be surprised by the ideas that will cross your mind.
Concept mapping offers you more flexibility compared to mind mapping. With Mindomo you can move the topics anywhere on the map canvas (even if they are overlaid). Mind maps have a rigid structure that doesn’t allow you to do so.
- Relations between topics
A big advantage of concept mapping that makes it a unique process is its prepositional structure. In other words, when you add topics (ideas) you associate them by connecting lines between them. These connector lines represent the relations between concepts. The lines can contain one or more words with the purpose of adding context to the concept map.
This feature makes the map self-explanatory. Consequently, it enhances shared comprehension and understanding.
- Easy to use
You can use a concept map very easily, especially with Mindomo. You add the main concept, you link it with the connected ideas adding the relationships between them.
You can edit it with one click. You are able to move all the topics by dragging and dropping and positioning them as you like. You can change the font, colors, sizes in one second.
With Mindomo you can even add multimedia files and customize it however you prefer. More than that, you can even use a mapping template that guides you and explains to you step by step what to do.
- Structure and organize knowledge
Using a concept map is one of the easiest ways to organize knowledge. In addition, it makes it more understandable and easy to learn. The best part is that you can structure it exactly how you like.
“Two heads are better than one” - more great ideas can appear when more people are contributing to a brainstorming, for instance. Try to create a concept map with a team and Mindomo offers you the feature to edit it in real time! This way you can get the most out of your concept mapping experience!
Step 1: Once you’ve logged into your account click on the button that indicates Copy and edit map. You can find it under each concept map template on the bottom left corner and it has a green color.
Step 2: After that, a copy of the editable template opened on your screen. Now you can customize it however you want. You can complete the information, replace, delete or add more topics.
Step 3: Personalize the concept map. On the left side of the screen, you have a menu that has many options. You can add:
Step 4: If you want to change the colors, font, sizes you can do that for each topic.
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It’s that simple to create the concept maps that you dreamed of starting from templates. Create an account on Mindomo and get the most out of the software!