is Technology based note-taking more preferable for millenial students? exploration of english students' note-taking habit

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Murtafi'ah, Muhimatul (2020) is Technology based note-taking more preferable for millenial students? exploration of english students' note-taking habit. Undergraduate thesis, UINSA.

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Abstract

Note-taking is one of important skills students need to practice in order to understand the content of both printed and unprinted texts effectively. To do note-taking, readers can do either manually or digitally. However, with the advancement of technology nowadays especially in this pandemic era, readers can practice note-taking more easily with the use of technological tools, such as laptop and mobile. This descriptive qualitative research aims to discover how university students practice note-taking particularly to explore their note-taking strategy and preference for refining literature review in English academic writing. This included identifying the strategy they apply in note-taking practices to understand the content of the articles they read and identifying their note-taking. To explore the issue, the researcher collected data through questionnaires and interview with 62 English students taking academic writing who have intense note-taking practices as part of the course activities. The results of this study showed the majority of millennial students prefer using digital note-taking with 66.12% responses. They decided to use it as it is faster and easier in doing note-taking. The digital technology that the students used commonly was mobile phone with 54.84% responses. They chose this tool to practice note-taking as it is handy.

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Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Creators:
CreatorsEmailNIM
Murtafi'ah, MuhimatulMuhimpio98@gmail.comD75217087
Contributors:
ContributionNameEmailNIDN
Thesis advisorSiti, Asmiyahsiti.asmiyah@uinsby.ac.id2025127601
Thesis advisorFitriah, As'adfitriahasad@yahoo.com2004107602
Subjects: Bahasa Inggris
Metode Pembelajaran > Metode Pembelajaran
Keywords: Note-taking strategy; Academic Writing; Millennial Students.
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Muhim Muhimatul Murtafi'ah
Date Deposited: 16 Jan 2021 03:49
Last Modified: 16 Jan 2021 03:49
URI: http://digilib.uinsby.ac.id/id/eprint/45662

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