WikiBrains - Online Brainstorming and Curation Tool

Description: - WikiBrains is the world’s largest crowd-sourced brainstorming website developed for people to brainstorm in advanced ways by formulating ideas, learning new things, sharing and collaborating through the power of associations.

Pain Point/Need:-

Bookmarking, Curation
Mind Mapping, Educational Search, Wiki Creators

Platform: - Web, Desktop

Usability: - Activities like brainstorming and mind-mapping have now become

time-consuming, boring, intense and tiring experiences. These creative processes should be fun and dynamic and must take advantage of the smart crowd. Adroit creativity and innovation come through working in associations; hence, WikiBrains was developed with an aim to create an online brain that sparks creativity and out of the box thinking through collaboration and eventually promotes multi-cultural understanding for an abundant future.

It is a universal brainstorming session where we all add and take ideas from each other and the more we add, the smarter it gets. You can search for what interests you and see what the rest of the world thinks about it and find information that matters to you in an instant.

Teachers and students can use WikiBrains to find and collect content, collaborate and share their associations. It is a tool built for education, fun learning and facile knowledge accumulation, both in the classroom and at home.

Walk-Through:- Though WikiBrains can be used without registering for a user account, to have a more personalized experience (save your ideas, see connections and more) you can sign up for free through an online form or sign in with your Facebook or Twitter.

Start brainstorming with WikiBrains - add words that pop in your mind, move the bubbles (represent associations or topics), explore, browse the info bar to find relevant content without the need to open dozens of tabs, click plus to collect what you love, easily swap between a general (public) and personal brainstorm, add new associations, click ‘i’ to zero-in on specific connections.

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The concept behind WikiBrains is that, when you brainstorm on it, you're also performing a basic Internet search at the same time.

The sidebar offers a deeper understanding of your searches, with descriptions from sites like Wikipedia, YouTube, etc. It consists of three tabs named, Content, Marks and Maps. The Content tab has all the content related to your search from credible online sources which can be directly bookmarked from here itself. Click on the content, to know all about it and share it through your Twitter, Facebook or Google accounts. The collection of your bookmarks is found under the Marks tab. Under the Maps tab, you can collect your brainstorms in a map and keep all the important information together, or create a new map. Go to your profile, where you’ll see a brief description about yourself, here you can also share links through social sites, view/create maps and also view/add groups. Groups enable collaborative brainstorming, which makes the entire experience even more interesting.

Prices: - Free

Our Review : - WikiBrains is a growing community of creative people from all walks of life who embrace associative thinking to get inspired and out of the box. It is a social, fun and smart space where ideas roam free and multiply.

It has a neat user interface which makes brainstorming real quick, effortless and fun. It facilitates user engagement and collaboration. All ideas can be bookmarked for ready reference and content can be curated. It refers to the best available knowledge sources to provide you with credulous and beneficial information.

WikiBrains makes you realize thatyou need to expand, evolve and embrace your mind. Observe and explore to wake up your brain, read, be curious, escape the box, learn something new every day and connect without boundaries. I recommend it to educators and students to share, implement ideas and collaborate with each other to make the entire teaching/learning experience more engaging and to anyone out there filled with curiosity, who wants to make ideas real and express themselves to contribute in the revolution of knowledge.


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