Note-taking skills of university students with and without learning disabilities.

Abstract

The notes of 30 university students with learning disabilities (LD) and 30 nondisabled university students were compared on the number of cued and noncued information units recorded and the number and type of abbreviations used. Results showed that the university students with LD performed significantly lower on all variables. Implications for practitioners are provided and future research discussed.

Cite this paper

@article{Hughes1994NotetakingSO, title={Note-taking skills of university students with and without learning disabilities.}, author={Carol Anne Hughes and S K Suritsky}, journal={Journal of learning disabilities}, year={1994}, volume={27 1}, pages={20-4} }