You’ve Heard It- Taking Notes By Hand Is Better Than Taking Notes On Your Laptop. But Why?

Juliet Cooper Shaw

Writing vs. Typing Notes: The Better Approach to Studying for the Bar
Handwriting versus typing- the answers to why handwriting is better for performance in schools and everyday life.

This article will show you the pros of note taking by hand versus the technical form of typing on a laptop. Striking the curiosity that people have with this subject, this article uses evidence from credible sources that have conducted clinical studies as well as an interview with College of Charleston’s Visiting Communications Professor, Brook Irving. Reading this piece will leave readers with an understanding that handwriting has a natural connection between the eyes, the hands, and the brain versus the artificial approach of typing away. Humans are so caught up with the use of technology, thinking that it is more efficient and makes life easier, but it is important to know that the natural approach of writing is just as good, if not better.

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