How to create an effective book summary mind mapMay 7th, 2012 | By Chuck Frey | Category: Mind Mapping Insider, Uncategorized
Mind mapped book summaries can be valuable, visual learning aids for your own use, as well as for sharing with others. But like other types of mind maps, book maps need to be created with clarity and brevity in mind.
There’s an art to extracting the key points and nuggets of knowledge from a book that may be several hundred pages in length and still end up with a visual summary that is understandable. In this new Insider report, we’ll take a closer look at 8 principles for creating an effective book mind map that will be memorable and useful for you and anyone with whom you may share it.
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