Conceptual Graph Structures Visio stencil

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You’re itching to draw a Conceptual Graph Structure.

But perhaps you just haven’t memorized the six nodes and 18 arcs and their legal combinations.

Maybe you just don’t want to!

Relax. Just download this Conceptual Graph Structure Visio stencil developed by myself, Scott Confer and Andrew Rice.

You’ll be making CGS diagrams of goal heirarchies, causal networks, taxonomies and spatial relationships in a jiffy!

Previous posts on the topic of Conceptual Graph Structures:

http://onemind.com/2010/01/27/conceptual-graph-structures-part-1/

http://onemind.com/2010/01/28/conceptual-graph-structures-part-2/

http://onemind.com/2010/01/29/conceptual-graph-structures-part-3/

http://onemind.com/2010/02/03/conceptual-graph-structures-part-4/

Sallie Gordon-Becker, working with colleagues, developed the Conceptual Graph Structures (CGS) process. The arc structure is drawn from Arthur Graesser’s research into how people tell stories. The CGS guides, templates and instructions for the use of Conceptual Graph Structures were developed by myself and my colleague Scott Confer. The Visio stencil was developed by myself, Scott Confer and Andrew Rice.

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