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[FYW] Tip: Devise a note-taking strategy

I once had a history teacher in high school who concocted a note-taking system so extensive that we students were essentially copying the textbook verbatim while organizing it according to theme. I don’t recommend this. Plus, what was tedious with a … Continue reading

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Writer’s Toolbox: Skim

I have mixed feelings about classes where the bulk of the readings are in the form of scanned documents rather than textbooks or printed course booklets. On the one hand, it’s far cheaper and better for the environment to stick … Continue reading

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Note-Taking for More Organized Writing

Have you ever remembered an idea you wanted to incorporate an idea into your paper only to realize that you have no clue where you came across the idea in the first place? You are certain that in one of … Continue reading

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