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Regarding the question about notetaking, the best resource that I know of is 
Flippo, R. F. & D. Caverly (Editors). (2000). Handbook of college reading 
and study strategy research. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence  Erlbaum Associates, 
Publishers. Chapter 7, "Taking Notes from Lectures (pp.175-199)," with its 
45 references, is the place to start. BTW, this is equally true of almost 
all the skills that we considered critical for learning and study. If you 
don't have a copy in your center, you need to consider getting one and using 
it with staff training.  Collegially.....

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Subject: benefits of notetaking or sitting position


> Colleagues,
>
> Anyone posses any stats, info, anecdotes about the benefits of
> notetaking/reviewing or sitting position in the classroom?
>
> I appreciate anything you can share.
>
> Reggie Jean
> Boston University Upward Bound
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