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We've used mind-mapping as a strategy for brainstorming in conference sessions. You can find a copy of the actual mind map from the session here <http://elearnala.wikispaces.com/edayz>. (also the converge session) Michael used an early freeware copy of mind-manager, which he is unfortunately not licensed to redistribute.

At the November '06 ALA conference, we aim to use the Zing software/hardware package as a brainstorming activity. (The NQ Small Business and Hume/Wodonga projects have used this in '06.)

Other useful, free mind mapping software, includes

(Article about : <http://www.eschoolnews.com/eti/2005/06/000851.php> )

Plus a web site in flash, req. register http://www.mayomi.com/

A good list of reviews of products here http://www.cul.co.uk/software/softrev.htm

In Victoria, you can get academic prices on Inspiration which is a popular mind-mapping software.