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Your Guide to Taking Effective Notes at Work

Anna Codrea-Rado hits upon several topics fast in an article about the art of note-taking.

Good Notes, Bad Notes

To begin with, make sure to take a fresh look at your notes after you first jot them down, or else why bother taking them? Typing out your notes can improve recall, but copying/pasting is seldom helpful. Underlining words makes them easier to recall later too. Carefully structuring your notes with hierarchy can make them more effective. Drawings in your notes also make the information more digestible so that you are able to more naturally present the info later. For elaboration on these tips, you can read Codrea-Rado’s full article: http://qz.com/64539/complete-guide-to-taking-notes-effectively-at-work/#/h/25961,3/

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