Revision history for AndByNotesIMean


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Last edited on 2018-01-11 07:09:32 by MorganAdmin
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By notes I do not mean just copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase.
Some suggest that you type notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.
At one level, any note-taking is better than none because taking note shapes a more engaged level of attention to the reading and doing.
But notes that work let you focus attention actively. The idea is to **use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter**. That encounter might be to //analyze//, //parse//,// figure out//, //place in a larger schema of things //... The purposes change as you work with the material; they change by virtue of taking notes. The idea in taking notes is to move back and forth mentally **and materially** between the stuff you're working with and notes on the stuff.
Deletions:
By notes I do not mean copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a notebook page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase.
Some would suggest that you type in these notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.
At one level, any note-taking will be better than not because taking note shapes a different level of attention to what you're reading and doing.
But notes that work let you focus attention actively. The idea is to **use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter**. That encounter might be to //analyze//, //parse//,// figure out//, //place in a larger schema of things //... The purposes change as you work with both the material you're reading or working with and developing notes on that material. Moving back and forth mentally **and materially** between the stuff and notes on the stuff is the idea.


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Edited on 2018-01-11 07:03:10 by MorganAdmin
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- Draft a summary of the main idea of the reading.
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or a section of the reading.
- Just outline the chapter. This often gives you a sense of the whole - and it highlights the main concepts of the chapter.
- Revisit your first set of notes. Add to them. Refine them. That's why you're writing on a wiki.
- Create new headings for the notes - and re-organize them under those heads.
- **Add examples that challenge concepts in the reading.**
- Revise and refine your notes. Repeatedly.
- Move particular notes to new pages and develop them further with your own ideas and those of others. Link the pages.
Deletions:
- Draft a summary of the main idea of the reading
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or a section of the reading
- Just outline the chapter. This often gives you a sense of the whole - and it highlights the main concepts of the chapter
- Create new headings for the notes - and start to re-organize them under those heads
- **Add examples that challenge concepts in the reading.**
- Revise and refine your notes
- Move them to new places on the page
- Move stuff to new pages and develop it further. Link the pages.


Revision [28561]

Edited on 2018-01-11 06:45:48 by MorganAdmin
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- **Add examples to illustrate concepts.** Specific examples rather than generic ones. Then explain what the example exemplifies.
- **Add examples that challenge concepts in the reading.**
- Revise and refine your notes
Deletions:
- Add examples to illustrate concepts. Specific examples rather than generic ones. Then explain what the example exemplifies.
- Tag them
- Categorize them
- Revise and refine them


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Edited on 2018-01-11 06:29:02 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- Create new headings for the notes - and start to re-organize them under those heads
Deletions:
- Create new headings for your notes


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Edited on 2017-08-25 08:50:10 by MorganAdmin

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Edited on 2017-08-25 08:49:50 by MorganAdmin
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[[http://luckysoap.com/notesverynecessary/ | notes very necesary]], Barbara Bridger and J. R. Carpenter, 2015.


Revision [25322]

Edited on 2017-08-25 08:47:28 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
By notes I do not mean copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a notebook page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase.
Some would suggest that you type in these notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.
At one level, any note-taking will be better than not because taking note shapes a different level of attention to what you're reading and doing.
But notes that work let you focus attention actively. The idea is to **use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter**. That encounter might be to //analyze//, //parse//,// figure out//, //place in a larger schema of things //... The purposes change as you work with both the material you're reading or working with and developing notes on that material. Moving back and forth mentally **and materially** between the stuff and notes on the stuff is the idea.
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or a section of the reading
- Make a list of just about anything the reading mentions: terms, examples, statements, questions, links ...
- Move them to new places on the page
- Move stuff to new pages and develop it further. Link the pages.
Deletions:
By notes I do not mean copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a notebook page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase. Some would suggest that you type in these notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.
The idea is to **use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter**. That encounter might be to //analyze//, //parse//,// figure out//, //place in a larger schema of things //... The purposes change as you work with notes.
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or even a section of the reading


Revision [25319]

Edited on 2017-08-25 08:37:20 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
By notes I do not mean copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a notebook page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase. Some would suggest that you type in these notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.
The idea is to **use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter**. That encounter might be to //analyze//, //parse//,// figure out//, //place in a larger schema of things //... The purposes change as you work with notes.
A few practices to start with
- Draft a summary of the main idea of the reading
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or even a section of the reading
- Just outline the chapter. This often gives you a sense of the whole - and it highlights the main concepts of the chapter
- Quote an interesting or puzzling or problematic passage, then work out why it is problematic
Deletions:
By notes I do not mean copy and pasting - except for quotes that you might collect on a notebook page in order to analyze, interpret closely, comment on, or paraphrase. (Some would suggest that you type in these notes rather than copy and paste, but that's old school. Rather than spending time typing in what can be copies, spend that time carefully selecting what to quote, and even more time analzing and interpreting the text closely.)
The idea is to use note-taking as a way of returning and re-considering material you encounter. That encounter might be to analyze, parse, figure out, place in a larger schema of things ...
A few practices
- Draft a statement or summary of the main idea of the reading
- Draft a more closely considered analysis of the reading or even a section of the reading.
- Quote an interesting or puzzling or problematic passage, then working out why it is problematic


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