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Taking Notes by Hand Benefits Recall, Researchers Find
In the March 28, 2014 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education, Danya Perez-Hernandez posted the following:
“Distractions posed by laptops in the classroom have been a common concern, but new research suggests that even if laptops are used strictly to take notes, typing notes hinders students’ academic performance compared with writing notes on paper with a pen or pencil.”
Visit the site for more information about the research and its potential impact.