Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I use Miro as an educational tool. I run a pharmacology module for physician associate students. The students all contribute to a shared whiteboard about medications. They add drugs and then make mind maps for each drug, adding side effects, mechanism of action, indications, monitoring recommendations, etc. The maps are all accessible to all the students and they can save them as PDFs to use for studying.
- It’s nice for all students to be able to access the board
- It helps for visual learners
- It helps them organise information better
- The white boards are sometimes slow to load when very big
- Changing the templates is sometimes not intuitive. The students have trouble adding in new stickies or removing them
- The stickies don’t automatically adjust for the text. They could get bigger as you have more text
- I use the board for educational purposes. It helps students organize and share information
The search function is great. It’s great for visualizing complex information nice for sharing
It was easy to upload on our educational platform, canvas.
We used this board for collaboration for students. They all worked on the boards from their home and it was uploaded.
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Would you buy Miro again?
It’s great for organizing a lot of information. In medical schools and PA schools, it’s good for organizing and comparing similar diseases. I also love the search function which allows you to search for example for a drug and then find it on the mind map. Some students aren’t visual learners and they don’t like the map.