[第二步-做更有效率的筆記] 心智圖(The Mind Map Method)

Mind mapping is a fantastic method for creating a tree of connected ideas, and I find that creating mind maps helps me to better flesh out ideas I want to write about. They’re a great way to visualize a lot of information.
心智圖是個創建一個相連觀念的樹狀圖極好的方法,我發現創建心智圖幫助我充實我想寫的想法。他們是視覺化大量資訊的最好方式。

To create a mind map, start with a single “umbrella” term in the middle of your page.
Then, start branching out from it by drawing lines and writing down words that flesh out that main idea.
為了創建一個心智圖,以位於畫面中間的一個「雨傘」開始。然後開始利用線畫出分支並且寫下詳細的主要想法。

Mind maps are very visual, so you should experiment with using different colors, drawing pictures next to your terms, and doing other things that help you understand and remember the information more clearly.
心智圖是非常視覺化的,所以你應該使用不同顏色、在項目旁邊畫上圖案、或者是其他任何可以幫助你更清楚瞭解和記憶的東西。

You don’t have to use paper for your mind maps, either. While I prefer doing it that way, there are plenty of apps that let you make mind maps on your computer; my favorite is Coggle, which is a free web app that has a lot of convenient keyboard shortcuts for creating your maps.
你也不需要使用紙來畫心智圖。我偏好使用App,有許多App讓你在電腦上繪製心智圖。我最喜歡的是Coggle,它是免費的並且有許多方便的快速鍵讓你繪製心智圖。

For me, mind maps are best used when I’m trying to get a clear picture of all the details underneath a certain topic. I’m not so fond of using them when taking notes during classes, since I often like to create diagrams, write down more detailed blocks that don’t always fit nicely into map nodes, etc.
對我來說,心智圖是了解在一個特定主題下的所有內容架構的方法。我不太喜歡在上課時使用心智圖,因為我偏好繪製圖表、在區塊內寫下更多細節—節點不全然能切合它。

 

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