MindMaple is a great tool for organizing plans and ideas for projects. Start with a basic outline of topics, and continue expanding each topic with new ideas and information. There is always room to expand your mind map. MindMaple makes it easy to collaborate with friends and colleagues. After you share your mind maps with others, they can use MindMaple to edit and expand your mind map.
Sample - History Project Mind Map
In this example, the users have made a mind map to help them plan and organize a project for a history class. Using MindMaple, the students divided the project into 7 major milestones, including important decisions, research, writing, and practice sessions. Each milestone is divided into smaller goals. The mind map also includes images, attachments, and an analysis of each student's unique skills. This mind map shows only the very first planning stages of the project, but is easy to imagine how the mind map could be expanded as the students progress in the project. They could use MindMaple to record notes from their meetings, to share independent research they perform, and to plan out the details of their eventual paper or presentation.