Evidence-informed note taking method
The Cornell system is one of a number of note taking strategies that can be used during class, when reviewing information after class or as a revision aid. It is an internationally recognised note taking system designed to help students abbreviate and summarise notes in an active way meaning they are required to be mentally engaged in their learning. The process forces students to focus and interact with the information at hand as well as make decisions about what is important and therefore should be recorded for recall at a later date. Our Cornell pads come with a full set of instructions and exemplars.