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How to Study with Mind Maps: The Concise Learning Method for Students and Lifelong Learners (Expanded Edition)

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How to Study with Mind Maps (HTSWMM) is a book by a mind mapper, who's
also a decade-long college professor, on how to mind map and how to use
mind maps to improve thinking and learning in school and at work.
FIRST
PART of the book discusses the foundation of mind maps as a learning
tool, describes the benefits and uses of mind maps, and shows you how to
draw mind maps, step-by-step, with a mind map diagram at each step.
Even if you've never drawn a mind map before, you'll learn the basics
and more in this one chapter that takes you through all the essentials
of a mind mapping process. It also gives an overview of mind mapping
uses, programs and their features, and is accompanied by extensive
resources on book's website.
SECOND PART of the book shows you,
step-by-step, how to use mind maps to improve your thinking and learning
via CLM. With CLM, meaningful learning is achieved through a five-phase
process that involves meaningfully organizing and connecting key
concepts in a mind map, critically thinking, and asking key questions.
This chapter is also accompanied by a full case study.
THIRD PART
of the book explains how to use mind maps and CLM for lifelong
learning. Included in the chapter are also tips on developing your
Personal Learning Network and designing your personal learning plan.
Although it's written with professionals in mind, students will also
find value in the chapter, especially those students about to graduate.
HTSWMM
has been expanded to include a full case study on the Concise Learning
Method (CLM) and a new chapter on lifelong learning with mind maps. 
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