2020 DIGITAL STUDENT NOTEBOOK
GUIDE ON HOW TO NAVIGATE AND USE
SUMMARY | ON HOW TO USE THIS NOTEBOOK
The Digital Student Notebook is meant to be duplicated and used for each class you are taking (one notebook per class).
There are 6 main sections within the notebook indicated by the tabs to the right-Overview, Tasks, Lecture Notes, Additional Notes, and Assignments. These hyperlinked tabs always remain on the screen and therefore are your primary source of navigation. The top tab with three lines will take you to the Table of Contents where every section and page listed has been hyperlinked to its corresponding page. Blank papers and templates meant to be copy-and-pasted within your notebook are listed under “Notebook Paper”. Templates are found by tapping on the “Blank Templates” hyperlink located at the bottom of this section.
IMPORTANT! DON’T ACCIDENTALLY RECORD INFORMATION WITHIN THE BLANK TEMPLATES SECTION. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE NAVIGATED TO THE APPROPRIATE TAB AND/OR COPY AND PASTED THE BLANK TEMPLATE TO THE CORRECT LOCATION BEFORE USING IT.
PARTS OF THE TABLE OF CONTENTS | AND OTHER IMPORTANT PAGES
6 SECTIONS | AND THEIR PURPOSE
Different methods for recording important class information – Professors/TAs, class dates (which include exams, projects, and assignments), required books, a supply list, and multiple schedules (weekly/monthly/annual/annual blank calendars).
EXAMPLES OF PAGES IN OVERVIEW:
Different effective methods for organizing and completing every day tasks including school work – Basic task list, Pomodoro (by task or by priority), and a study list.
EXAMPLES OF PAGES IN TASKS:
Includes pages to track information while reading (Quotes and References, Book Summary, Terms and Definitions) and expand on lecture notes (Terms and Definitions, Formulas). There are also pages to help you track your habits and thoughts (Habits Tracker, Mind Map).
EXAMPLES OF PAGES IN ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Pages to organize information for reports and essays (References – Citations and Basic / Essay Planner – 3 Sections and 5 Sections) and plan projects including group projects (Project Planner – Task List and 4 Tasks / Project Planner Groups – Task list and 3 Main Tasks).
EXAMPLES OF PAGES IN ASSIGNMENTS:
LECTURE NOTES AND MISC
These sections are left open for note taking. They each come with 3 lined note papers, but you can easily add more pages by going to the Table of Contents, tapping on any of the hyperlinks listed under the “Notebook Paper” column, and duplicating/moving the page to either of these sections.