6 Methods for Note-Taking and More
Part of success in college is knowing how to use your resources. Today we're introducing one of our favorite resources, College Info Geek, on the topic of note-taking.
Part of success in college is knowing how to use your resources. Today we’re introducing one of our favorite resources, College Info Geek, on the topic of note-taking.
Learning in college involves several components like reading, writing, and studying. Today’s post focuses on note-taking, and it also features one of our favorite sources for tips and tricks for college success: College Info Geek.
This unconventional approach to describing methods for note-taking is a great example of the value you’ll find on the College Info Geek site. Watch below, or visit their site to read about these methods–including the Cornell Method, the outline approach, and the mind map approach– in “How to Take Notes in College: The 6 Best Systems.” There you’ll also find tips for technology that support note-taking and how to make the most of your notes when studying.
If you want to see more videos like this one, check out author Thomas Frank’s YouTube channel, where it’s easy to take a deep dive into all he’s shared about getting organized, staying motivated, and managing your learning in college.
We want King’s students to have the best resources to support your learning, so keep College Info Geek in mind the next time you’re considering changing your approach to coursework at King’s. And of course, keep following along with King’s 101 for King’s-specific resources, information, interviews, and more.