|Learning Maps and Memory Skills: Revised Second Edition|
|by Inegmar Svantesson||ISBN:0749441283|
|Kogan Page © 2004 (103 pages)|
This book presents a step-by-step guide into the learning maps note-taking technique and how you can make the most of your memory, save you time and help with creative thinking.
|Table of Contents|
|Learning Maps and Memory Skills, Revised Second Edition|
|How to Use This Book|
|Chapter 1||-||What is a Learning Map?|
|Chapter 2||-||Getting Started|
|Chapter 3||-||˜Ordinary™ Note Taking|
|Chapter 5||-||The Human Brain|
|Chapter 6||-||Learning Maps|
|Chapter 7||-||Other People™s Texts|
|Chapter 8||-||Using Learning Maps|
|Chapter 9||-||What is the Memory?|
|Chapter 11||-||Learning Maps Applications|
|List of Exercises|
|List of Case Studies|
Are you tired of wading through pages of notes to find the information you want?
Do you need to improve your creative thinking?
Do you find it difficult to decipher the notes you have taken during a meeting?
Learning maps could be the answer to your problems. They are an immensely valuable note-taking technique that can improve your memory, save you time and help with creative thinking. They are useful in all sorts of situations, such as:
This revised second edition is packed with exercises that can help you to monitor your progress in both learning maps and memory training. Simple and straightforward, it can help anyone dramatically improve his or her recall and note taking.
About the Author
Ingemar Svantesson is a leading lecturer on the theory and practice of learning maps and memory skills. This book is the result of more than 1,000 seminars he has conducted throughout Scandinavia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Learning Maps and Memory Skills, Revised Second Edition
First published in Sweden by Seminarium; English language edition published by Swan Communications Limited, New Zealand in 1989
First published in Great Britain in 1990 by Kogan Page Limited Reprinted 1991, 1992, 1994 (twice)
Second edition published in 1998 Revised edition 2004
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Ingemar Svantesson 1989, 1998, 2004
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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library.
ISBN 0 7494 4128 3
Typeset by Saxon Graphics Ltd, Derby Printed and bound in Great Britain by Clays Ltd, St Ives plc
Many friends and colleagues have contributed to make this book possible. In particular, thank you to: Malcolm Dennis, Sarah Dinsdale, Niels Gottlieb, …sa Lundqvist, Rosemary Palmer, Irene Pearson, Dougal and Louise Thompson, and Dr Ashley Wilson.