How do you take notes electronically?
Tablet and Stylus A tablet and high-quality stylus or smartpen is a great way to take notes electronically. We do recommend that if you plan to type long-term with a tablet, you should buy a wireless keyboard. Not only will the tapping on the screen be cumbersome but it could also lead to some spelling mistakes.
How do you make your notes stand out?
For example, use highlighters, doodles, underlining, boxes and arrows to make important information stand out. And always leave plenty of space to add notes later.
What are the steps in writing minutes of a meeting?
As mentioned above, there are essentially five steps involved with meeting minutes:Pre-Planning.Record taking – at the meeting.Minutes writing or transcribing.Distributing or sharing of meeting minutes.Filing or storage of minutes for future reference.
How do you take verbatim notes?
When taking notes, try as much as possible to USE VERBATIM INSTEAD OF SUMMARY, indicate the verbatim by adding double quotation marks (“”) around it. This is because your summary could be different from other researcher’s summary, and thus introduce bias into the notes. Verbatim captures the direct insights the best.
What should not be included in minutes?
What not to include vs. what to include in meeting minutes1 Don’t write a transcript. 2 Don’t include personal comments. 3 Don’t wait to type up the minutes. 4 Don’t handwrite the meeting minutes. 5 Use the agenda as a guide. 6 List the date, time, and names of the attendees. 7 Keep minutes at any meeting where people vote.
How soon should meeting minutes be distributed?
For a normal or general meeting, (as opposed to an annual general meeting or special general meeting – see below) the minutes should be out within a week of the meeting, ideally within 48 hours.
Who writes minutes of meeting?
The person who takes meeting notes is the scribe. From a page of Meeting Tips: The scribe’s job is to record what happened, especially the decisions reached and committments made.