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Hitting the right note

Clearly, we’re a big fan of Ken Kiewra’s work. The UNL educational psychology professor has done groundbreaking research into the art of being a student, including a rather robust body of work on note-taking. So it’s great to see when he gets some well-deserved recognition like he did in the 2010 education issue of New York Times Magazine.

In a story about Livescribe, “the pen that never forgets,” the Times talks with Kiewra about his 1990s research about what makes note-taking important. The Times also refers to him as “one of the world’s leading researchers into note-taking.”

I’d say that’s a fair way to describe his work. The French appear to agree.

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