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  1. 1. Lit Review Tips: “How to Take Smart Notes” Ryoko Araki @ Blue Gold Graduates 15 Sept, 2021
  2. 2. Collect literatures Previous workflow Structuralize the issues and literatures Take notes Write “Analysis is structuralized but writing should be in a one storyline” Discretized Structuralized
  3. 3. “HOW TO TAKE SMART NOTES” by Sönke Ahrens A book on lit review method by Geman sociologist Niklas Luhmann
  4. 4. Collect literatures by topic “Smart Notes” workflow Put them in the “Slip-box” Take notes Develop the topics and write (“literature notes”) Keep it short and write in your own words Main take- away in one sentence (“permanent- note”), and put it in one place Connect items in the slip-box and turn them into a rough drafts Write down ideas (“fleeting notes”) Structuralized Integration Draw structure of the issue
  5. 5. Rules of “Slip-box” • Put everything in one slip box  You can avoid “many notes in many different places and cannot recall where the paper was located” • When filing “permanent-note” in the slip-box, file each notes behind one or more related notes • Add links to related notes  This will help integrate as you read & connect old and new readings • When writing “permanent-note”, interpret the meaning of the paper to your topic in your words  This will reduce burden of re-writing afterwards
  6. 6. Demo • My issue sketch on GoodNote or just a piece of paper • My reference system on Paperpile • My literature notes on Notion • My “slip-box” on Notion
  7. 7. • My issue sketch on GoodNote or just a piece of paper
  8. 8. • My reference system on Paperpile
  9. 9. • My literature notes on Notion
  10. 10. • My slip-box on Notion
  11. 11. “What is your literature review style?”

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