MEDIA PREFERENCE ON NOTE-TAKING UPON STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE PROCESS

Luh Eka Susanti

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Note-taking acts as a tool to provide students for identifying and understanding the
most important aspects of what they are learning (Borr et al., 2012). People who take notes
typically retain more information which has a positive effect on learning (Titsworth in Borr
et al., 2012). This study aims to investigate the preference and strategies used by the students
when taking note. The medium they use indicates numbers of words generated in taking
the note. There were three medium being utilized; longhand (traditional using pen and
paper), laptop and mobile phone note. This study was conducted with 27 hospitality
students who were learning Business English for Hotel and Tourism. Pre-test, post-test,
interview, and questionnaire as well were couples of instruments used to obtain the data.
The media preference they used indicates the numbers of word generated, abbreviations
and symbols, looks, accurateness with the lecture time to process the note, format of notetaking, and the result of the test.

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