Information about note-taking skills and the Troab* shorthand / speed-writing method.
Troab* is a unique integrated shorthand system that can be written at two levels to meet different note-taking needs.
Why take notes?
"Tell me, I forget,
Show me, I remember,
Involve me and I understand”.
Writing notes from speech involves you in what is being said.
- In education the act of making notes is itself part of the learning and understanding process.
- In the office and every-day life we make notes as a record and basis for future action.
- Professional note-takers write a verbatim record to edit for futher action.
The Troab script shorthand method of note-taking
"A skill for life”.
Created in 1946 and published as ‘Troab Shorthand’ (1951), Troab is an integrated two-level script-based shorthand method.
A common core of abbreviation rules is applied at both levels building on more than four hundred years of shorthand design and writing experience.
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