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CORNELL: A SHORT LESSON IN  NOTE-TAKING COSU 0300 ProfessorMurray
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WHAT IS CORNELL? An active learning process A system of note taking designed to  maximize time and efficiency An organization tool A tool used for study and review
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BACKGROUND Developed by Walter Pauk of Cornell  University One of the most commonly used note taking  systems Students needed a more effective way to  take notes
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WHY WOULD I USE THIS? Organized and systematic  Allows you to record/review notes Stay actively engaged in material Easy format  Saves time and effort Built in feedback
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THE STEPS Remember the Rs Record Reduce Recite Reflect Review
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SETTING UP CORNELL NOTES 2 columns, approx. 2 ½ in. and 6 in. Notes labeled with topic, date, class, chapter  #, etc.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course COSU 0300 taught by Professor Michellebrown during the Spring '11 term at Collins.

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