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Note Taking Method for Students

Discussion in 'Australian Law Students Forum' started by Beau3, 12 August 2017.

  1. Beau3

    Beau3 Member

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    I created a video on how to take notes in law school and was wondering what, if anything, your law school provided to help you take notes more effectively. Also, I was wondering if you were familiar with this note taking method before going to law school.

    As a law professor, I am always curious as to what other law schools are doing.

    Thanks.
     
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  2. Iamthelaw

    Iamthelaw Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure what Universities are currently doing. Although, I recently spoke to a current student who mentioned that for a subject they found difficult they used a program called One Note that allowed them to to simultaneously connect to a single document and he and other students all took down different sections of notes, expanded on certain points and contributed to each other's questions within. Sounded pretty clever.
     
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  3. Rod

    Rod Well-Known Member

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    OneNote is great for research and group work. For normal note taking MS Word is the application of choice.
     
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