Organizing your ideas and work by creating your own mind maps (mind maps) can be practical and effective in several ways. For example. to gather clear content about a search / research you are going to do. Another way is to create an overview of a presentation you are going to give.
In both Powerpoint and Keynote you can create mind maps but there are also online services to use. Here are some mind maps you can try.
This movie introduces you to Popplet Lite.
Link to Popplet's website.
Freeplane (open source)
Freeplane is a free and open source software for mind maps or other collection
Here you can see an introductory film to Freeplane.
Mindmup is a web-based service for mindmaps and is available as a free
That movie shows you how to create and share a mindmap with Mindmup.
Link to Coggle where there is also an introductory film.
There are several note-taking tools to use both on your computer and / or in your mobile or tablet.
Two note tools are proposed here.
|Joplin is free and is a nice alternative to the commercial note-taking tools
such as. Evernote. Joplin is built with open source, which means that your
data is not used for commercial purposes. In Joplin, you can also sync your
notes with other cloud services, such as Dropbox and OneDrive.
For users of the Firefox or Chrome browsers, it is also possible to save
web pages and screenshots via WebClipper (plug-in to the browser).
The tool is available for Android, iOS, Linux, macOS and Windows.
|Evernote is one of the most well-known note-taking tools and is available
in both free and paid versions for use in computer or mobile / tablet.
In addition to various write and search functions, Evernote can also
e.g. scan documents, save web pages without advertising, sync information
to other apps you use or build presentations.
With the web application you can synchronize all your memory notes.
This allows you to access your notes on any computer / mobile.
Available as both free and paid account.