Note-taking is an acquired skill. Some students may or may not know how to take notes during class lectures. Some write too much and unnecessary information, while other students may not even write down the appropriate things needed for study/test preparation. Don't fret! The resources below will help you with great ideas, tips, and strategies on HOW to take lecture notes the most efficient, quick, and comfortable way. Of course, it may vary with each person, depending on their learning style, but the information is good. Take a look, and hopefully you will have learned a thing or two!
Minute Journal (author: SRC Disability Specialist, Julia Land)
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Academic classes to learn essential skills for success: Human Development 101, Human Development 110, Educational Development 33. *Talk to your counselor to find out which class is appropriate for you.
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