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Study skills: Mind mapping

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Venue: Online, Online

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Mind mapping is a ‘thinking tool that reflects externally what goes on inside your head’ (Tony Buzan) that can be used in all areas of your personal, professional and academic life. This session will consider what mind mapping is and the importance of mind mapping for studying.

The other focus of this session will be on how to mind map and using your mind mapping skills to brainstorm a topic, organise an essay and to take notes from the reading or in lectures. This workshop can also work in conjunction with the Notemaking workshop.

This online workshop will take place on a Blackboard Collaborate link within the Birkbeck Study Skills Moodle Module. If you have booked, you will be emailed another link as a reminder to your registered email address (so please remember to check your junk mail.)

This workshop will be repeated numerous times throughout the academic year.

The central study skills team offers a variety of study skills and writing skills workshops.

This is one of the study skills workshop series, which consists of:

1. Time management and organising your studies
2. Procrastination, perfectionism and prioritisation
3. Critical thinking 1 – what is critical thinking?
4. Critical thinking 2 – building and evaluating academic argument
5. Reading for university
6. Notemaking for academic purposes
7. Mindmapping
8. Summarising and paraphrasing effectively

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Speakers
  • Sara Steinke