Digital thinking tools for better decision making
Digital thinking tools for better decision making

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Digital thinking tools for better decision making

6 Summary of Session 6

In this session you learned about:

  • some of the benefits of argument mapping in general and digital argument mapping in particular.
  • FreeMind, a digital-thinking tool that can be used for argument and mind mapping
  • a recipe for going from words to argument maps and how connecting words and phrases (‘because’, ‘however’, etc.) can signal which relationship holds between two claims.
  • the difference between independent and grouped claims.

In Session 7 you will apply the recipe for going from words to maps to several examples.

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