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Workshop on techniques for effective note making and note taking

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 Note taking vs. Note making


Techniques for effective note taking and note making

Workshop Aims and Outcomes

For questions about note taking and note making you can attend an ASA drop in, every Wednesday 1 - 3pm in the library.  Click here for more information.

 

Aim of Session

This session focuses on why we make notes, the difference between note taking and note making, and the various ways you can produce notes effectively.


By the end of the session you will have:

 

  • Learnt the difference between note-taking and note-making

  • Considered the value of note-making and why it could help at university

  • Developed an awareness of different note-making styles

  • Tried out a note-taking style and evaluated this in groups

  • An overview of how any note-making style can be made more effective

 

Outline of Session

  • Class to consider when and why we make notes

  • Explain difference between note taking and making

  • Provide overview of note styles

  • Students to select a style and try it out while listening to 4-minute ‘mini-lecture’

  • Student evaluate the style in groups using poster paper. Feedback to class.

  • Discuss and share tips for note-making.

 

Workshops Details

Level: Workshop
Length: 60-75 mins
Prerequisites: None
Linked Modules: None
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

 

Academic Skills Adviser

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Mark Illman
Contact:
Learning Services
University Campus Suffolk
Waterfront Bld.
Neptune Quay
Ipswich IP4 1QJ
01473 338728

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