Journal of Perioperative Practice This book develops students' understanding of note taking. It is easy to read and engage with: it would be beneficial to students whom are enrolling onto university programmes as preparation material for their course.
Journal of Perioperative Practice Packed with concise information to help students succeed at university. Whether you are an undergraduate student or undertaking a postgraduate programme, you will be able to find a book that will help you develop your study skills.
Of the three books I reviewed [Take Great Notes, Find Your Source and Plan Your Essay], all of them were easy to read and follow, with each book providing a 60 second summary before moving onto more detail in each section and providing reasoning throughout.
Mal Leicester is Emeritus Professor, University of Nottingham. Mal has taught English in schools, Liberal Studies in Further Education, and Philosophy of Education and Adult Education in universities. She has also been a local authority advisor for Multicultural Education and Director of an antiracist community organisation. Before her retirement, Mal was professor of adult teaching and learning at the University of Nottingham. Since her retirement Mal has written a memoir of her beloved daughters remarkable life and deathJanes Journey: a Medical Story of Survival and Hope.
Dr Denise Taylor is an environmental and wildlife conservation professional with a focus on large carnivores, and in particular wild canids. She was awarded her PhD as a mature student in 2012 in the field of environmental education from the University of Nottingham. Denise has written books and papers on environmental education and canid conservation, and more recently has been involved in education projects on badger conservation in the UK. As an entrepreneur, Denise is the owner and managing director of Bridge PR & Media Services Limited, where she also delivers educational workshops on marketing strategy, and writing content for press and marketing.
Why and What? Chapter 1. Why should I take notes? Chapter 2. What are good notes like? Chapter 3. How do I take notes in a digital age? Methods of Notetaking Chapter 4. What is the Outline Method of notetaking? Chapter 5. What is the Cornell (layout) Method? Chapter 6. What is the Charting Method? Chapter 7. What are Visual Methods of notetaking? Chapter 8. What are Electronic Methods of notetaking? Notetaking in Context Chapter 9. How do I take notes of a lecture or lesson? Chapter 10. How do I take notes from an article or book?