Answered By: Kristie Keuntjes, Learning Services Coordinator
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2019     Views: 693

Some of our databases have mind mapping or term cluster help built right into them.

Examples:

Credo has a mind map feature you can activate before or after you search for a term. Once you have the mind map open, you can click on any of the concepts to find out more information or to readjust the mind map's central concept.

 

Professional Collection has a "Topic Finder" feature you can activate before you search for a term. Once you have the topic finder open, you can click on any of the related concepts to get a result list of articles based on that concept.

 


If you'd like to make your own mind maps, we have an Answer related to that at http://rasmussen.libanswers.com/faq/32371

 

 

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