Handout from Chapter 1 - Three Dimensions of Knowledge for Solving Complex Problems: Meaning, Data, & Logic
Handouts from Chapter 2 - Meaning: A Collaborative Mapping Approach
Participants' Guide to Knowledge Mapping
Handouts from Chapter 3 - Data: Mapping From Related Research and Materials
Handout for Class Activity 3.1 - Creating Maps From Text
Handouts from Chapter 4 - Mapping From Your Own Research
Tips for Creating Causal Knowledge Maps From Your Research Findings
Handout for Class Activity 4.3: Mapping From Research Findings
Handout from Chapter 5 - Logic: Evaluating the Structure of Maps
Worksheet for Making a Basic Knowledge Map and Measuring the Breadth and Depth of a Knowledge Map
Handout from Chapter 7 - Communication, Collaboration, and Action
Handout for Class Activity 7.1 - Creating an Online Map (Excel file)
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