Depending on your assignment or study activity at University different methods of Note Taking are useful to know about.
Taking notes in class? Try the Cornell method.
Taking notes from your research? Check out Note taking: Things you need to know...
Taking notes on journal articles? Try the Taking notes from Journals doc.
Taking notes for exams? Try Mind Mapping or Blurting.
Annotated Bibliography? Check out our guide for that!
Different learning styles can support your note taking and revision technicques. Want to know more? Check out the Learning Styles guide.
To get the most from your lectures you should be actively listening and participating. Taking notes can help you to remember information and make sense of it.
Good note taking in lectures involves:
Good note taking from texts involves...
The Cornell method of note taking is useful in lectures to capture the essence of the lesson and to support studying at later dates.