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i have a tablet. taking simple notes i type. notes that need diagrams, like sciences, i write. math, i write, because it would take me longer to type out equations and arrange them in the orderly fashion i write them in.
Something I love to do is, if your professor posts lecture slides, I print them out in single columns and paste them on the left side of my notebook pages. I then have the lecture slides to read over before class. During class, when the professor elaborates or adds in extra info, I write it in on the right side of the page, next to the corresponding slide.
It takes a bit more effort than normal notetaking, but it's wonderful to read when you're studying for your final