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> Request for information about adult students and their note taking > habits, and study habits when studying via television. I took a workshop from Tom Cyrs, Director of the Center for Diustance Education at New Mexico State University. He uses a technique he calls "interactive study guides". Students have a handout with all of the slides the instructor is going to use. The handout also has room for notes and typically blanks in the slides so that students can write in keywords as the instructor talks. He also advoctes the use of symbols and graphics for making points. The whole idea is to provide a non-passive guide for students. The techniques works in regular and DE classes. William Schoenenberger firstname.lastname@example.org