Note-taking is a valuable skill that can help you in college and beyond. Here are some tips to help you improve your note-taking skills:
Within 24-hours of class:
For additional support, check out these campus resources:
Disability Services provides note-taking consultations and software options for students who are registered through Disability Services and have received note-taking accommodations.
The Writing Center is available to CU Boulder undergrad and graduate students for free. The Writing Center provides free one-to-one tutoring sessions with professionally trained writing consultants, individualized guidance and feedback, as well as time-saving skills for writing and presentation projects.
Academic coaching is available to help students develop skills and tools that will help them be successful at CU Boulder, including note-taking, time management, motivation, study skills and more. Academic coaching is available through the following programs:
Check with your college to see if other academic coaching or peer mentoring programs are available. You can also contact your academic advisor to discuss specific resources available to you through your college or school.