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I'd look up in some of the Study Skills books such as "Your Guide to
College Success" Santrock and Halonen or Wong's text Essential Study
Skills.   Also, there are many websites on notetaking. Dolores of
SUNY-Ulster   

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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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