A mind-map is a schematic representation which is composed of terms, texts, links, and / or pictures, which are grouped around a central theme. Branches depart from this central theme, continueing to branch off to more detailed information.
An example of a Mindmap
Time saving: you can quickly make notes, reports, create guides.
You can clearly formulate complex ideas and concepts.
You can communicate more effectively.
If you use a mind-map, you get an overview at a glance.
You can easily repeat the contents due to the overview.
You can structure a large amount of information with less effort.
It is easier to remember the essence (using both brain hemispheres).
You can easily distinguish between primary and secondary matters.
You can transfer information more efficiently.
You can easilyaddinformation to previously mentioned subjects and keep it clear.
If you are a student or teacher who is not involved in the creation of a mindmap it is less evident to know all the details and consistency.
The initial learning curve is a little higher compared with wiki and blog. The first few times it is not easy, practice makes the creation obvious / easy.