Activity time: Unknown time
Types of media: Webpage, Interactive Learning Object
Richard Haynes and James Connor (Unknown Institution)
An online resource on notemaking, including links to information on Linear, Pattern and Cornell notes. An easily navigable resource. Also features templates for the learner to experiment with note taking.
(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)
This information/resource was last updated in June 2021.
This post was originally added to LearnHigher on: January 14, 2012
About this resource
An online resource about notemaking, split into three sections:
- 1. A look at why we make notes, and what sorts of notes we can make.
- 2. An interactive resource which allows you to make these different types of notes, accompanied by a video overview showing what you need to think about when making your notes.
- 3. Links for extra resources looking in more detail at Cornell notes, mindmaps and helping you to choose the type of notes that will work best for you.