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Title: The effects of note-taking on college students’ attention in online learning
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Rodríguez Caamaño, Andrés Alberto
Authors: Marín Narváez, Ingrid Elizabeth
Issue Date: 21-Feb-2022
Publisher: La Libertad: Universidad Estatal Península de Santa Elena, 2022
Citation: Marín Narváez, Ingrid Elizabeth (2022). The effects of note-taking on college students’ attention in online learning. La Libertad. UPSE, Matriz. Instituto de Postgrado. 22p.
Abstract: Note-taking is a strategy with many benefits which improve students’ attention, academic performance, and memory. To take notes is a demanding skill suitable for college spheres on the grounds of their brain maturity and readiness to learn. It involves active listening, reading, writing, and cognitive processes. A little actual research has been done regarding note-taking. This project aims to enumerate the benefits of note-taking in the interest of future investigations. A second attain is to explain students’ challenges in attention in online learning.
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