Despite the invention of smart phones, laptops and tablets, not much has changed when it comes to note taking. It doesn’t take long to realize that just writing everything down exactly as you hear it is going to give you a sore wrist, make your notebook disappear very quickly, and turn every lecture into an hour of panic with very little content engagement. Note taking is an art. Here’s our guide on how to go about recording your lectures.
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