Q. How should I take notes for my course?
How do I take notes? What note-taking method should I use?
Taking good notes is a great way to interact with your course material and think critically about books, articles, or even videos.
One approach involves reflecting on the material after reading and then summarizing it in your own words, highlighting key terms and topics. Notes that include applying the material to real-world situations will help you remember content. Another method is to take notes as you're watching or reading, and then reflect on those notes afterward during your review process.
For more note-taking tips and strategies, review the recording on reading for comprehension located on the Libray homepage's Virtual Events section.
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