[Athen] Mind Mapping Program

E.A. Draffan ea at emptech.info
Sat Feb 9 08:10:01 PST 2019

Most mind mapping programs export to a rtf or docx type file format. Then you can check the main idea and secondary ideas are available as headings and subheadings. Images will need context and explanations. MindView allows for HTML export and makes a webpage of the content at various levels. All these options are basically list views rather than diagrams although with MindView in MSWord you can have the map as an image as well as the outline.

I know about several other programs offer similar settings such as Inspiration, ClaroView, Xmind, MindGenius etc etc

Best wishes
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> On 8 Feb 2019, at 23:26, Heather Mariger <heather.mariger at chemeketa.edu> wrote:


> Greetings,


> I have a faculty member who uses a lot of mind/concept maps in her courses. We would like to make sure that her output is accessible.


> Additionally, she teaches her students to create their own mind maps so a program that is accessible to use would be a big bonus.


> Does anyone have any recommendations for programs that would fit the bill?


> Thanks,

> H.


> Heather Mariger

> Digital Accessibility Advocate


> Center for Academic Innovation

> Chemeketa Community College

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