Intern’s Corner: Concept Mapping

Concept mapping is a great way to visualize what you have learned and connect the concepts and ideas for a better understanding. It can be used while you are reading a book or listening to a lecture. It starts with a central box (main point or idea) and then branches out to supporting details. Check out this infographic for a visual of how to create a concept map.

Image of infographic regarding how to generate a concept map.


Ginger Hamblin is an intern for the Excelsior University Online Writing Lab. She has been a student of Excelsior University for almost two years and is pursuing her Bachelor of Science – Liberal Arts in Professional and Technical Writing. She is a writing enthusiast, painter, wife, and mother of three boys.