Information systems in the schools
"A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships among concepts, with the concepts drawn in rectangular boxes (or other shapes), which are connected with labelled lines (or arrows) that denote the relationships between concepts, such as "is a", "gives rise to", "results in", "is required by," or "contributes to". ...
The concept map can take the shape and composition of other map types. They can take the shape of the context diagram, tree diagram or venn diagram, but other shapes and compositions are also possible. ...
A concept map can be drawn with all kinds of elements:
(1) Text and lines.
(2) Blocks and arrows.
(4) Additional text.
(5) Additional listings.
(6) Additional icons.
(7) Additional Illustration (as groundplan).
(8) Additional legenda. ...
A concept map shows a number of elements, relations and/or properties in one or more layers. ...
The relation between the elements can be pictures with specific shapes (lines, arrow)." [Concept map. Wikimedia Commons]
This concept map example was redesigned from the Wikimedia Commons file: Information systems in the Schools.jpg.
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The example "Information systems in the schools" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Concept Maps solution from the area "What is a Diagram" of ConceptDraw Solution Park.