Many people have the need to take notes: interpreters, attorneys, health care providers, and students, among others. Some try to learn short-hand, a complex system which requires several months (even years) of practice to master.
There is a widely unknown but simple alternative to take notes more clearly and efficiently. Jean François Rozan and Andrew Gillies, two pioneer conference interpreters, provide techniques to significantly streamline note-taking. Although originally created for interpreters, these practical guidelines are extremely helpful for anyone who takes notes.
Our Note-Taking Manual will teach you a simple system to take notes more economically. You will master note-taking techniques and acquire up to 40 new symbols through dictations, which are available as free audio files by clicking here.
Here is a short video featuring the author of the Note-Taking Manual, Virginia Valencia, implementing some of the techniques you will learn.