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Publisher Description

One of the most important skills learners need to develop is the ability to take notes. Not just writing down what is being said but engaging with the note-taking process in an active and productive manner.



Is there a secret to effective note-taking? No. It is an acquired skill - one which we must develop. It is one of every learners 'must have’ skills.



This guide takes a direct practical approach to helping you improve your note taking. It breaks down the process by delivering step by step instruction in a focused and practical manner covering the mechanics of the note-taking process.



Note-taking can be either passive or active. This guide highlights different methods of note-taking from a simple linear style to the use of highly active visual styles such as mind-mapping. The guide will help you develop effective note-taking practices and the suggestions and ‘Key Points’ in this guide will help you to recognise what should, and more importantly, what should not, be included in your notes.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2012
16 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
35
Pages
PUBLISHER
Jagged Edge Press
SIZE
615
KB

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