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Template Used

Template Used

The template used(refer to the image) has 6 parts :

  • Title : The title refers to the title of the paper, or the concept you want to learn.
  • Link : Here you can add the link to the reference so that you can get back to the source for further reading or cross-checking
  • Take -home message : This contains the entire idea of the resource that you've read through. It maybe the combined idea of the abstract and the conclusion of the paper you've read (if it's a scientific paper)
  • Other notes : This is where you add your opinion on the resources, be it a research gap, or ideas you can connect with, etc.


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