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SQ3R, Summary/Reading Notebooks (Notebooks, Part 3)

SQ3R, Summary/Reading Notebooks (Notebooks, Part 3)

This tutorial explains the SQ3R reading and notebook-taking technique in detail.  SQ3R stands for survey, question, read, recite, review.  This is part 3 of a series on Notebooks; the other parts are

Notebooks, Part 1 which introduces students to classroom notebooks, summary notebooks on materials they read, and lab notebooks

Classroom Notebooks (Notebooks, Part 2)

Summary/Reading Notebooks (Notebooks, Part 3) General

Lab Notebooks (Notebooks, Part 4)

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Aline Soules
Aline Soules (Faculty)
5 years ago

This has been used in F2F and online courses.  This is a reading technique that can help students in all their disciplines and courses, encouraging engaged, active reading and, by extension, greater retention of information and greater probability of understanding the content presented.  Many textbooks are now structured to facilitate SQ3R.