How about a professor who speaks such broken English that you are unable to understand what he or she is saying half of the time?
Or how ever been in a situation where you are so tired, sleepy, hungover, or your mind is completely in another dimension and you are not paying attention in class?
I have been in all of the above situations during my college career. It very was frustrating taking notes, and I decided I needed a “crutch” to eliminate some of that frustration. The crutch was a digital voice recorder, and it was the second best investment I made in college following a laptop computer. I always carried the voice recorder in my backpack and whenever I had a professor that lectured fast, had broken English, or I was just not feeling good, I always recorded the lecture for later use. After class I skimmed through the digital recording of the lecture and finished the notes I was missing. Sometimes I listened through the whole lecture again, and it worked wonders. I was able to retain much more information, fast forward or rewind to concepts I didn’t understand, and even email the lecture to classmates when they asked for it.
Before purchasing the digital voice recorded I did a lot of research. Sony voice recorders seemed to have the best reviews, so I purchased an earlier version of the Sony ICD-BX800, which is pretty cheap now running around $40 on Amazon. You can check it out here.
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