Annotated reading — which is really just a fancy way of saying “marking up your book as you go so you know what’s important” — can be an important tool in your critical reading arsenal, but like all tools, it may require a little practice to be truly useful for you as a reader. This class is an introduction to skills and strategies that can serve you well in annotated reading.
Being able to take good notes — and knowing how to make the most of those notes after you’ve taken them — can make a huge difference in your learning life. While taking notes isn’t hard, taking effective notes is a skill that can take practice and a little guidance. Mix and match the strategies in this course to create a note-taking system that’s effective for you. Click for details.