Online Tutorial for Computerized Information in Agriculture
 
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Introduction

Logic of Evaluation
Module C (1) Concept Mapping
Module C (2) Mental Imagery
Module C (3) Narrative
Additional Evaluation Criteria
Decision Chart

SiteMap

     

concept mapping :: exercise for concept mapping : page 1 : page 2

Construct a concept map.

For example:

Step one:

[Note: Treat these eight separate reports as if they are individual journal/magazine articles, and use one or two keywords to summarize each report.]

1. Rabbits, hole, bushes

2. Shrubs, west, shadow

3. Sky, sun, direction

4. Bald eagle, circling

5. Foxes, mother, baby

6. Eagle chicks, nest, tree

7. Tree, south,

8. Diameters

Step two:

Determine the relationships or possible interactions between different keywords by filling in the blanks.

1. Foxes & Rabbits
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2. Eagle & Foxes
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3. Eagle & Rabbits
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4. Foxes & Shrubs
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5. Rabbits & Bushes
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6. Eagle & Shrub & Bushes
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7. Eagle & Chicks
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8. Sun & Direction
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9. Diameter & Eagle
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10. Diameter & Observers
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11. Observers & Directions
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Step three

Use the + "eagle sighting map" as a reference to draw your own map, On your own map, rearrange the circles to fit your own purpose. Each circle can be connected with one or more circles. That is, each concept in the circle isconnected to each other. Label the connecting line with the relationship depicted in step two (fill in the blank section).

Save the map you drew for the mental imagery exercise.