The Cornell Note Taking System is a widely used system for recording notes devised in the 1950s by Walter Pauk, an education professor at Cornell University. Pauk advocated the system's use in his best-selling book "How to Study in College".
A Livescribe Smartpen can be a helpful tool to a student with a disability or volunteer note taker assisting other students. The pen captures everything that is written and heard and bolsters the note taking ability of the person using it.
JMU Learning Strategies Instruction (LSI) enhances the educational outcomes of students through explicit training in various learning strategies which are based on personal strengths and weaknesses, specific course demands, and are modified according to academic progress or changing needs.