Using Mind Mapping for Genealogical Problem Solving - A half-day Course on 14 October 2017
Since Tony Buzan coined the term back in the 1970s, Mind Mapping has grown in popularity, mainly in education and business. Recently Mind Mapping has cropped up as a technique to help genealogists, thanks to the efforts of Ron Arons. This talk recaps how Mind Mapping works, takes a peek at the burgeoning market for Mind Mapping software tools, and looks at using Mind Mapping to help solve tricky genealogical problems.
A half-day course on Saturday, 14 October (10:30-13:00) with Geoff Young. Places should be pre-booked, through our website or by telephone: 020 7553 3290. Do you have a question? email the events department.