Answered By: Daren Mansfield Last Updated: 15 Nov 2018 Views: 62
The University provides the mind mapping tool Inspiration 8. Mind mapping tools are great for any student, especially dyslexic students, wishing to organise their thoughts and visually plan their assignments. You can choose diagrams, pictures, symbols and colours that work for you. Every new idea may be added as branches, and you can select symbols or pictures from the left-hand side of the screen before adding your text underneath the symbol or picture.
To use Inspiration 8:
- Click 'Start' on the task bar
- Select 'All Programs'
- Click 'Accessories'
- Select 'Inspiration 8' folder