How Note-taking Impacts Cognitive Learning

Note-taking impacts our memory

Do you often have trouble remembering important information? It is because the human brain forgets almost 40% of the information just within the 24hrs of hearing it. The learning process involves the intake of any information, processing it, and then using that information later. Therefore, in the learning mechanism, note-taking is a powerful tool that shapes … Continue reading How Note-taking Impacts Cognitive Learning

Strategies To Enhance A Student’s Thought Process With Digital Note-taking

Note-taking is a part of every student life. Working professionals, entrepreneurs and creative individuals also take notes every now and then. There are numerous sources of information and inspiration in today’s world. All you need is a way to record all of them in an efficient manner. What really matters is the actual thought process … Continue reading Strategies To Enhance A Student’s Thought Process With Digital Note-taking

iPad vs Paper Notebook: Which is a Better Note-taking Platform

Note-taking in ipad

Note-taking has always been a pen-paper process for all of us. But now, we see numerous note-taking devices, such as iPads, tablets, and laptops. Clearly, digitalization has a huge impact on students as they are inclining more toward digital learning. We now have a lot of articles around comparing the iPad and notebook for note-taking. … Continue reading iPad vs Paper Notebook: Which is a Better Note-taking Platform

Transform Your Meetings With Noteshelf 

Note-taking is a skill which has to be done thoughtfully with attention. Effective note-taking is not just jotting every word spoken but using critical thinking to summarise into beneficial outcomes. Handwritten notes are not just for students, it’s of great importance for working professionals too. Meeting notes is a key factor for decision making, planning … Continue reading Transform Your Meetings With Noteshelf 

Mind Maps For Note Taking – Verbal To Visual Approach

Steps to Create a Mind Map

What’s the best way to recollect a lecture? Do you think jotting every single word in the class would help you learn a concept? May be yes for sometime but it’s just a temporary learning. Note-taking is said to be effective only if you engage with your notes, review and recollect your lecture and rephrase … Continue reading Mind Maps For Note Taking – Verbal To Visual Approach

“How to use Noteshelf like a pro” by Tom Solid

How to use Noteshelf by Tom Solid

At Noteshelf, we work constantly to create a digital platform that can reduce paper usage. Dr. Tom Solid, our “Noteshelf Star” has embraced the “Paperless Movement” too. He is now a leading face of the paperless community. In his recent video, "How to use Noteshelf like a pro”, Tom explains how you can ace the note-taking … Continue reading “How to use Noteshelf like a pro” by Tom Solid

Steve Silbert from Sketchnote Army – Our Noteshelf Star

Noteshelf Star Steve Silbert of Sketchnote Army

Co-curator of Sketchnote Army | The originator of Visual Torah | Genealogist Agile Coach | Builder at Bayit | A Noteshelf Lover Steve is a co-curator of the Sketchnote Army, a platform that is dedicated to showcasing sketchnoters and their work from around the world. Excerpts from our quick interview with Steve ahead. Read on to … Continue reading Steve Silbert from Sketchnote Army – Our Noteshelf Star

Noteshelf Star – Dr. Thomas Roedl (Tom Solid)

Tom Solid, as we fondly call him in the Paperless Community (#PaperlessMovement) has always been dreaming of a green future, where technology meets nature! He has been taking the concept of going paperless a notch higher every day through his #PaperlessMovement. We both share the same vision and that is how we discovered each other. … Continue reading Noteshelf Star – Dr. Thomas Roedl (Tom Solid)