New answers tagged memory
Heres some a great answer provided by (AsapScience) "When looking at the effectiveness of learning, laptops as tools for note-taking do not fair as well as plain-old pen and paper, a study has suggested. Why? Typing is faster than writing on paper, so students are more likely to just type what they're listening to word for word without interpreting. " ...
I went to law school 40 years ago, long before laptops and other portable keyboarding devices. Among my classmates there were a variety of methods of keeping track of lecture material. We actually discussed among ourselves the various methods and whether one was better than another for retaining a large amount of material. It seems to be an individual ...
I searched for "note taking by hand vs computer memory". Of the first three hits there were mixed results: This paper says there was more retention by typing. It's an interesting paper because it examines the differences between notetaking when reading a textbook vs when in a lecture. PBS says paper is better as does this article.
I would go for a phonetic system (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mnemonic_major_system) instead because remembering a list of 100 items in a language-independent manner restricts you to using their shape as the only thing you can peg to, which is hard to do for such a long list. By using the phonetic system, the person only has to remember the conversion ...
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