In this research paper written for WRTC 103H: Honors Critical Reading and Writing, Stephens relies on academic studies and visuals to analyze the pros and cons of different note-taking methods. Offering nuanced analysis of data, the piece soundly argues that taking notes by hand is more beneficial to learning than taking notes digitally.
Honors Critical Reading and Writing
"The Benefits of Hand-written Versus Digital Notetaking in College Lectures,"
Lexia: Undergraduate Journal in Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: http://commons.lib.jmu.edu/lexia/vol5/iss1/2