The standardized method that is used in a library for subjectwise classification of books is a schema. The method that you use to make directories, sub-directories, and folders to save files in your computer is also a schema. The schema at the library is standardized and unform, whereas, saving files in your computer is a personalized schema.

In general, a schema describes the organization of information.

A few purposes of a schema are:
  • saving information in an organized fashion for quick and efficient recovery
  • knowing where to put additional information as these become available
  • establishing heirarchy of information from principles to corrollaries
  • easily display the relationship and dependencies among pieces of information
  • establishing and monitoring cause and effect relationship among pieces of information
  • making large scale schemas for broad categories that contain smaller schemas for sub-categories
Actus Potentia's Concept Maps are used as schemata to save information in a organized fashion for personalized learning
The schemata in Actus Potentia's Concept Maps facilitate life-long learning and develop problem solving skills and abilities like an expert.
Application in Mathematics - Fraction Division
Application in Engineering - Mechanics of Materials
Application in Physics - Mechanics
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