I think I am thinking over.
(Original post by Joey Tribbiani)
As long as you get the notes down who cares.
This was posted from The Student Room's iPhone/iPad App
I don't need to care too seriously what other students' views.
I just want to know the circumstances/environment of students in Western countries.
Last edited by dotcomabc; 05-08-2012 at 04:18.
Not if you have a slow handwriting speed...
(Original post by Formerly Helpful_C)
Pen and paper is more reliable, quicker and, generally, less difficult.
In my experience, in a group of around 30 people most would use pen and paper. Around five would use a laptop. No one would use a tablet computer, including an IPad. For my final two years of university I was the only person to use an IPad. However, no one give me strange looks or cared much. People are more interested in taking notes themselves.
(Original post by dotcomabc)
I am from Malaysia, a region of South East Asia.
Are taking notes using iPad behave like an Alien at the classroom in Western Countries?
In Malaysia's students, no one taking notes using tablet pc. If I use iPad to write note, it sounds strange!
Do what feels comfortable for you. I didn't really use the IPad to take notes anyway, as I recorded lectures and seminars (when allowed). Instead I just listened and perhaps used the IPad to make occasional, brief notes or as research when discussing a topic in a seminar.
Last edited by River85; 06-08-2012 at 13:31.