1. [for Wednesday 11.13] Read the definition of mindmap in the screenshot here:
2. [for Wednesday 11.13] Familiarize yourself with CMAP and--if you like it-- download the mindmap program
[for Wednesday 11.13] Determine how we can all contribute to the
mindmap. If you don't see a way: 1) ask partner/colleagues for help,
and/or 2) find, evaluate and propose a free mindmap platform that allows
us all to collaborate.
4. [for Wednesday 11.13] Find
at least two mindmaps you think are good enough to be models for us all
to consider. Cut/paste links to them so we can see what you see. After
you list the links, so that we know what to look for, briefly describe
what these maps do well and what they could improve.
5. [For Friday 11.15] Skim [EITHER "My 6,128 Favorite Books" OR AN ARTICLE TBD]. Look for words, ideas and allusions that you don't recognize and/or you'd like to know more about.
On Saturday [11.16], at a time we all agree on in class Friday, we will begin
working together as fast as we can to populate the mind map. We will
have a maximum of 24 hours to complete the mission. We can finish
before then if someone who's keeping track calls for a review and we
discover that we've covered everything. In fact, now that I think about
it, we should probably create some sort of strategic plan before we
start-- this way we can decide things like whether we should start in
sections, or in different places, or whether we should have specific