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Examining the Effects of Notetaking Format on Achievement When Students Construct and Study Computerized Notes
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Learning Assistance Review Volume 6, Number 1, ISSN 1087-0059

Abstract

Describes two experiments conducted to investigate the effects of notetaking format on achievement. Students constructed and studied different types of notes: partial (framework and partial notes), skeletal (framework with no notes), and control (no framework and no notes). Found that, based on an application test, students who completed and studied partial notes significantly outperformed those in the control groups. Knowledge map and student survey are appended. (Contains 32 references.) (NB)

Citation

Katayama, A.D. & Crooks, S.M. (2001). Examining the Effects of Notetaking Format on Achievement When Students Construct and Study Computerized Notes. Learning Assistance Review, 6(1), 5-23. Retrieved June 25, 2019 from .

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