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Note Taking

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Edward Utter

on 6 November 2016

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Transcript of Note Taking

Note Taking
Mind Mapping
This method of note taking is far less rigid than the others
It helps you to see how key points and topics relate to one another in a very visual way.
And Word Processing
Cornell Notes
This style of note taking is quite rigid, but it is better suited to studying than most other methods.
It is actually quite simple to convert a bulleted list into Cornell Notes.
Generally, these look like bulleted lists.
Main ideas are lined up with the left side of the page, and ideas that are contained within those are indented.
This is a very common way to take notes.
Cornell Notes
Mind Maps
Very computer friendly
Can easily color code notes
Simple to go back and edit
Easy to make
Good for science, math, etc.
Overly simple
Not as good at displaying complex relationships between topics - linear
Still easy to set up in a word processor
Focus on recalling key points and maintaining a big picture view
Good for humanities (English, History, DigLit)
Larger time investment than bullet points
Rigid format
Limited space, especially on paper
Much more suitable for showing relationships between ideas in complex ways
Good for most subjects
Very fluid format
Takes up a lot of space for little info
Can become quite messy
Much harder to do in word processors
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