September 03, 2012

Mindmanager for academic work and project management – by Robert O'Toole

Mindmanager is a sophisticated but easy to use tool for enhancing knowledge creation and management activities. Use it for rapidly capturing information and ideas, organising them, testing out ways of structuring and presenting the information, and to turn information into plans for action and for managing the resulting projects. Mindmanager now comes with a cloud-based collaboration service called Mindjet Connect, so that these knowledge and project management processes can easily be undertaken asynchronously by a distributed team.

This video gives a brief overview of how I use Mindmanager in my work as an Academic Technologist and in my research as a PhD student.


Warwick members can get a copy of Mindmanager, free of charge, from

Mindjet have created a series of video tutorials illustrating how to use Mindmanager:

About the Author

Robert O'Toole is a Senior Academic Technologist with IT Services at the University of Warwick and a PhD student researching innovation and design in higher education.

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