Note-Taking & Organising Data
Knowing how to take notes, organise information, and compare data from various sources is vital for thesis development and building and supporting arguments. Developing a systematic approach to note-taking is an important skill. When you have good notes to work with, including evidence in your assessment becomes easier.
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Understand how the comparative note-taking matrix can organise all of your data in a single document.
Why should you take notes?
Descriptive, analytical and prescriptive arguments
The comparative note-taking matrix
Worked example: comparative note-taking matrix
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