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LATCH: Organizing Information

LATCH: Organizing Information This site provides a great interactive video about LATCH, a mnemonic for organizing information using Location, Alphabetical order, Time, Categories, and Hierarchy. It explains each of the 5 aspects and provides examples. Note that it is very text-orientated,
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LATCH: Organizing Information


This site provides a great interactive video about LATCH, a mnemonic for organizing information using Location, Alphabetical order, Time, Categories, and Hierarchy. It explains each of the 5 aspects and provides examples. Note that it is very text-orientated, requiring adequate reading skills.

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