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Pen Still Mightier Than the Laptop For Notetaking?

February 7th, 2010 02:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

theodp writes “While waiting to see if the iPad is a game-changer, this CS student continues to take class notes with pen and paper while her fellow students embrace netbooks and notebooks. Why? In addition to finding the act of writing helps cement the lecture material in her mind, there’s also the problem of keeping up with the professor: ‘[While taking notes on a laptop] every five minutes I found myself cursing at not being able to copy the diagram on the board.’ So, when it comes to education or business, do you take notes on a notepad/netbook, or stick with good old-fashioned handwriting? Got any tips for making the transition, or arguments for staying the course?”

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