Class Notes Template

Create and organize all of your class notes, research and projects in Bit.

What are Class Notes?

Class notes are typically taken for every class you take whether it's in college or high school. If created correctly they can help you with tests, assignments, projects and be reviewed later at anytime.

Why Class Notes are important?

Class notes are an important part of taking any class. They help you understand and remember the topics and discussions your class has. Class notes can be shared with classmates and compared to see if there way anything missed or misunderstood. It's important part of any class as textbooks can be reviewed and read but often class lectures and discussions happen once.

What You Should Include in Your Class Notes?

Class Notes

Course Name

Course Details



Notes By:

👉 Topics

Add all of the topics that are covered today.

✍️ Notes

Start adding your notes for the class.


Add questions students are asking and also jot down the responses.

👍 Summary

Add the key takeaways from the lecture.

👩🏻‍💻 Assignments

Add any assignments that have been given to you.

Key Benefits of Making Your Class Notes on

Bit is an collaborative interactive modern document platform that allows you to incorporate smart content inside of your documents. Individuals and teams from across the globe are using Bit for fast beautiful documents.

Here are some of the man benefits of using Bit:

  1. Collaborate in real-time
  2. Interlink class notes and other documents
  3. Create fully responsive documents
  4. Create class notes only visible to yourself or your classmates
  5. Track engagement on shared class notes with classmates, instructors, etc.

How to Make Your Class Notes Interactive?

Recommended power links and files you can add to your class notes:

  • Web links
  • PDFs, PowerPoint in Google Drive/OneDrive
  • YouTube, Vimeo
  • Google Sheets, OneDrive Excel, Airtable
Rich media embed

Class Notes Template

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