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Effective note-taking, whether you're listening to a lecture or reading a text, is about improving your understanding of a subject and helping you recall information later. This page has some useful resources to help you with your note-taking, whether you like to use a pen and notebook, or you prefer to make your notes digitally.
Mind Mapping is a system of planning and note-taking that has changed the lives of people across the world. This guide explains how Mind Maps can make it easy to: - plan a presentation or report - think up brilliant ideas - persuade people and negotiate - remember things - plan personal goals - gain control of your life.
A little book that takes students clearly through the important differences between the 'why' and 'how' of reading at university, this book shows how to use reading lists, journals and books effectively and how to put together coherent, useful notes.