|Author:||Richard Haynes and James Connor (Unknown affiliation)|
|Description:||An online resource on notemaking, including links to information on Linear, Pattern and Cornell notes. An easily navigable resource. Also features templates for the learner to experiment with note taking.|
|Estimated activity time:||Unknown time|
|Type of media:||Webpage, Interactive learning object|
|Licence:||Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)|
revisit, Student activity, Study guide
|Date:||This information/resource was last updated in .|
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An online resource about notemaking, split into three sections:
- 1. A look at why we make notes, and what sorts of notes we can make.
- 2. An interactive resource which allows you to make these different types of notes, accompanied by a video overview showing what you need to think about when making your notes.
- 3. Links for extra resources looking in more detail at Cornell notes, mindmaps and helping you to choose the type of notes that will work best for you.
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