PhD students: Tools for note taking

Making and organising notes is a fundamental activity for researchers. A variety of tools now exist that support all types of note taking, whether you are working in a lab, archive or out in the field. Knowing which ones are right for you can be a challenge however. This session aims to make that choice easier. We introduce researchers to the range of tools out there, and show examples of how others are using them. Participants will also have the opportunity to practice using tools that interest them. Finally, we will look at best practice for storing and backing up research notes.

Event details

When

May 18, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Where

Ken Edwards Room 101

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Attendees

PGRs, PhD students

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Learning outcomes

  • Recognise the variety of tools available and how others are using them.
  • Identify which tools are most appropriate to your workflow.
  • Practice using the tools.
  • Learn about best practice for storing and backing up notes.

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