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Title: Effects of Cornell, Verbatim and Outline Note -Taking Strategies on Student Retrieval of lecture information in Nigeria
Authors: Akintunde, Oluyomi Oyedoyin
Keywords: Review
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Journal of Education and Practice
Series/Report no.: Vol. 4;No. 25; Pp 67-63
Abstract: This study focused on the effects of Cornell, Verbatim and Outline note-taking strategies and review on College of Education Studentsā€˜retrieval of lecture information in Plateau State. Nigeria. A 2x4 factorial design was used whereby I60 NCE 2 students of two Colleges of Education in Plateau State were randomly assigned to experimental and 2 control groups. Groups l-6 (experimental groups) were trained in taking Cornell. Verbatim and outline notes, while groups 7-8 (control groups) were given no treatment. Also. there were two review conditions- Review/No Review. The instruments used for data collection were free-recall. multiple-choice. True or false and essay tests. Data collected were analyzed using mean. t-test. one-way ANOV/\. 2x4 ANOVA and Tukey HSD test. Findings of this study indicated that: Comell note-taking was the most effective in enhancing retrieval of lecture information and Outline note-taking was more effective than Verbatim. It was also found that review of notes enhanced retrieval of lecture information.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2566
ISSN: 2222-1735
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