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Study Skills Seminar "Note-taking: anything you Say will be taken down and...

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Tucker 101

Warrington Campus

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WA2 0DD

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In a typical crime scene investigation, it is standard procedure to document the scene with note-taking, photography, video and sketches. Likewise, we can’t rely on our memory when needing to accurately recall what went on in a lecture, or what we have recently read in an article. However, note-taking is not as straightforward as it may seem and failing to take good notes can affect our ability to critique, synthesise knowledge and maintain academic integrity. Students in their academic studies and staff in their teaching practice can overlook the importance of developing note-taking skills.

Using a number of crime scene scenarios, this interactive session considers why and how note-taking is crucial to the learning process. Join us as we follow the evidence to reveal the varied note-taking methods that can work for different learning preferences. Delivered by Ella Turner, Study Skills Coordinator.

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