Aplikasi E-Notetaking Berbasiskan Multimedia untuk Kegiatan Pencatatan
Keywords:e-notetaking, multimedia, audio-visual, notebook, netbook
This article presents analysis and design of multimedia based e-notetaking application. The goals of the research are to optimize audio-visual usage in taking note, to organize notes to be tidied and categorized, and to make easy copying and sharing notes to other users. Output of the research is an e-notetaking application implemented on laptops. The designed e-notetaking application has features for users in taking notes by using notebook or netbook as easily as taking notes by using book.
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