- Note-taking has always been a research method
- Understanding note-taking as a feminist method encourages us to think about…
- There is no one-size-fits-all networked note-taking system
- These 4 principles are only a guideline
- A good system should be flexible to work with your needs
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Note-taking has always been a part of our research methods and therefore worth doing with intention. Understanding note-taking as a feminist method asks that we think about not just what we consider note-worthy, but also how we bring these ideas into relation with others throughout our research process.
Also—a good note-taking system is informed by the person who uses it. Everyone works differently and has different research goals—there is definitely no one-size-fits all for networked note-taking. If anything, though, I think this underlines the possibilities of networked note-taking as an interdisciplinary feminist method, one which I think can support a huge variety of research dedicated to producing more socially just knowledges.