We spend a considerable amount of time in the class rooms listening to lectures and lessons. This course will not only introduce you to Notes taking but also teaches you proven and efficient methods to take notes.

Introduction:

Everyone does not have a photographic memory that you can listen and retain everything that happens in the class room. One of the important techniques to retain what you are taught in the class is taking notes. Well everyone of has have done it and are still doing in in our classes. Taking notes serves one simple purpose; to help you remember information and be able to recall them when necessary. Organizing your notes is a key to success in your academics. This short course will help you understand the basics of making your study notes and teach you different methods of effective notes taking.

Course Curriculum

Chapter 1 BASICS OF STUDY NOTES
Notes Taking Vs Notes Making DetailsFREE 00:05:00
In this unit you will understand the difference between taking notes and making notes.
Active Listening Details 00:00:00
This unit will cover the aspect of Active Listening which is essential for taking better notes.
Taking Notes & Making Notes1, 00:00
Chapter 2 DIFFERENT METHODS OF NOTES TAKING: OUTLINE METHOD
Outline Method Details 00:10:00
In the previous chapter you have learned the basics of taking notes. In the coming units we will discuss about some of the important and proven methods of notes taking. You are welcome to follow a method that suits you or it can be a combination of methods for different purposes. The first method we will discuss is 'Outline Method'
Create Notes Using Outline Method1, 00:00
CHAPTER 3 DIFFERENT METHODS OF NOTES TAKING: MAPPING METHOD
Mapping Method Details 00:00:00
In this unit you will learn how to take notes using the Mapping Method.
Create notes using Mapping Method1, 00:00
CHAPTER 4 DIFFERENT METHODS OF NOTES TAKING: THE CORNELL METHOD
Cornell Method Details 00:00:00
In this unit you will learn another widely used notes taking method called the Cornell Method.
Create Study Notes Using Cornell method2, 00:00

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