Next week I will be teaching two 3-hour Idea Mapping & Memory sessions for faculty and administration at Ball State University (BSU) in Muncie, Indiana. If you are employed at BSU or are a graduate student you can register for the 8:30 – 11:00am or 1:00 – 4:00pm sessions online. Business professionals are invited to attend at no charge and can register by contacting Jerry Winans at or 765-285-1819. The session descriptions are as follows:

Jamie Nast – author of “Idea Mapping” will host two 3-hour interactive sessions on March 14, 2013 that will provide you with an introduction to Idea Mapping and Memory. These workshops are for anyone that wants to be more successful and improve their ability to learn. You will learn the Idea Mapping Guidelines, experience the associative nature of your brain, see Idea Mapping examples from professionals around the globe, and create your own Idea Maps. Most people have at one point in time been told to memorize information, but are rarely taught how to do so. Jamie will teach you simple techniques used by memory champion Scott Hagwood. It is suggested that you bring 6-10 fine-tip colored markers. Visit this link to read an article about Idea Mapping published by Purdue University’s Krannert Magazine:

Registration is still open, but seating is limited.