Videos | The Codpast get to grips with our CARE process for note-taking
If you’re a student with dyslexia and struggle to take notes in lectures, you’re in the right place.
This month, the guys behind excellent dyslexia blog The Codpast released two videos outlining our CARE process for using Sonocent software to take brilliant notes.
CARE = better learning and better grades
By following the CARE process, you can capture everything in a lecture as an editable recording - and add images, annotations and text notes to the same project to create a multimedia study resource.
Most importantly, CARE ensures you are actively engaged with the material throughout the note-taking process - which education experts will tell you leads to better learning and better grades*.
So, without further ado, here’s Sean Douglas from The Codpast on how the CARE process works:
*‘What’s the best, most effective way to take notes?’ The Conversation. May 2015. Claire Brown,
Associate Director, The Victoria Institute, Victoria University
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