TheBrain Blog

Shelley Hayduk
Sep 23, 2021

Explore, Capture and Study with Your Brain

By connecting information sources visually you can build an essential reference of content and foster new levels of insight.

Did you know that TheBrain can actually make you smarter? Visually connecting your information will enhance your understanding of key ideas, relationships and issues.

Topics include:

  • Using TheBrain as a study guide
  • Building a knowledgebase to increase understanding
  • Re-contextualizing information sources to create a perspective that matches your thinking
  • Analyzing relationships and mapping out information networks on complex subjects
  • Example brains for teachers, students and researchers

This webinar is a must see for researchers, teachers, students and anyone who is organizing ideas.

The Teacher and Student Brain

Browse through the Teacher and Student Brain that was demonstrated in the webinar, or download your own copy.

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The Writer's Brain

Browse through the Writer's Brain that was also demonstrated on the webinar, or download your own copy.

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The Shakespeare Brain

The complete works of Shakespeare… and more.

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Space Innovation

Explore beyond our world.

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Aviation Brain

From early gas baloons to modern marvels, it's all here.

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