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If your preferred browser is Google Chrome, then MindMap may be a useful extension to add, especially if you do a lot of brainstorming and project management. First of all, it comes at a stellar price: free, the best price of all! MindMap offers cloud support via Google Drive, DropBox, and Box, and works offline, so you can work on mind maps anywhere, and share them with whoever you want.
Popplet describes itself as “super simple, super smart, and super fun,” and it’s hard to argue with that. Boasting a responsive interface and colorful graphics, Popplet is easy to use and easy to look at, whether you’re using it on the web for free, or as an iOS app ($4.99).
SpiderScribe is an online mind mapping and brainstorming tool. It lets you organize your ideas by connecting notes, files, calendar events, etc. in free-form maps. You can collaborate and share those maps online.
XMind is an open-source application, it’s super versatile, and it's easy to tinker with. Besides mind maps, it comes equipped with numerous other ways to organize and clarify your thoughts, including matrices, and fishbone charts. Download it for free.
Credly is an easy-to-use program for creating and sharing badges. Badges are a creative way to highlight skills and knowledge students have acquired. This gamification element has been used by a variety of companies and institutions to publicly acknowledge the success of employees, students, and participants. Find out more about badges and gamification on the Game-Based Learning page. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dusty Folds.
Created by the Center for Scholarly Communication & Digital Curation at Northwest University, this site provides insight into the field of Digital Humanities. The "Tools & Resources" page contains a list of digital tools to enhance your teaching and learning experience.
This site "aims to provide a communal space where librarians, archivists, LIS graduate students, and information specialists of all stripes can contribute to a conversation about digital humanities and libraries." -About page
"The DiRT Directory is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, and statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software."