If you dread taking notes in class because you know you’ll never make sense of your frantic scrawls later on, this article is for you.
Taking notes is not just an excellent prophylactic against sleeping in front of your teacher. It’s also a tried and true way to make friends and be the smart yet popular student whose school notes everyone wants to borrow. It can propel you to the top, helping you achieve an effective study session or, if you’re a teacher, boost success for students.
On a more serious note, knowing how to take notes effectively and efficiently will not only improve your retention rates in school but make you a much smarter learner for life. It is likely that you will have access to transcription software or call recording software at work, but you will have to learn manual note-taking in the classroom. Pair these note-taking methods with NoteLedge, and you’ll smash every learning curve thrown at you!
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“NoteLedge is my constant companion for capturing ideas for decorating and writing … [it] has allowed me the freedom to be more of a fearless writer”.
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The autumn term for schools and universities is now well underway. As winter slowly creeps in, the warmth and energy from the summer will soon fade away. Workload is starting to build up and school life is getting more stressful. But there is no reason to have a negative attitude; there are so many ways to keep your spirits up! You can make your school life more interesting and organized with NoteLedge. So get some inspiration from the designs below!
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“NoteLedge has been pivotal in a number of artworks I’ve created. For example, one time I did a painting and I thought it was finished. A couple of months later I looked at it and I had a wild idea about what I might do to it but I was nervous about spoiling what I’d already done.
What I did was take a photo of the painting, import it into NoteLedge and then sketched my idea over the top of the photo. From this, I saw that the idea would work and I had the courage to change the painting.”
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