Reading for Information Extraction: Get More Out Of Books

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Course Description

How do you conquer that endless reading list? And even if you do get around to reading, how do you process all that new information? In this course I will teach you a system for extracting information from the books you read, so that you get more reading done, learn more, and make that information more useful to you in the future.

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This was the course I was searching for, for a long time!…This course should be seen by all starting students or (like me) all struggling old students who missed this in the past. — Udemy review

Danny, does a great job laying the foundation of "batch" reading as well as offering many great pointers to facilitate and maximize the process. If you desire, or need to, do lots of research reading (business or academic) you will love this course. — Udemy review

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I will help you implement a system to read books faster and get the information you want from them.

  • Find more time for making reading a life-long habit
  • Learn to read faster
  • Learn more from the books you read
  • Set up a system for making information more useful to you later
  • Conquer your reading list!

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The information is not just for students or academics, but also for anyone who is trying to learn a new topic for personal or professional use. There is so much information available out there, this course provides tools to read and then extract and organize info in a meaningful way, such that you do not inefficiently duplicate work by reading twice…I can definitely apply many of the topics in this course immediately to improve my efficiency. — Udemy review

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Get More Out of Your Books

The endless list of books that you want to read sometimes stunts us from even beginning. And even those who do read regularly do not have a great system for actually getting the most from those books. By implementing the system this course teaches, students will begin to conquer their reading list, and feel confident that the information that they learn will be close by for the rest of their lives. Even in the age of blog posts and reddit threads, people still know their is value in reading the books of experts. Students who take this course will have a system in place to learn from those great minds who put the best of their knowledge into the books they write.

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The course is well structured and extremely informative. Prof. Zacharias delivery kept me engaged. I have been searching for this type of course for years. I highly recommend this course to anyone that enjoys reading, but more so to students. My next semester starts on Wednesday and I look forward to implementing this system. Thank you! — Udemy review

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Content and Overview

The course begins with providing you some tips and encouragement to make more time for reading. The more intentional someone is about reading regularly, the more it will become a life-long habit.

Although not a speed reading course, a section of the course is devoted to helping students to read at a faster pace. I cover both hard copy and eBook reading.

The actual system of information extraction is thoroughly presented to the student, so that they clearly understand the steps taken through a book to get the information you wish to retain.

-------

You will find no hyped up claims of doubling your reading speed in this course. It's a breath of fresh air. Reading can be hard work, but I appreciated the simple, no-nonsense approach of this course. — Udemy review

I wish I had this information back in high school and college. Perfect system for teachers and public speakers to organize topics and information from textbooks. Thanks Danny! — Udemy Review

Who this course is for:

  • This course is meant for anyone who desires to learn more from the books they read
  • This course is not a speed reading course
  • This course is not for novel readers

Course content

6 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 4m total length
  • Section 1 Project
    1 page

Expected Outcomes

  1. Find more time to read Understand steps they can take to read faster Implement a system of information extraction Begin conquering the ever-growing reading list! Requirements Hard copy book eBook pencil note-taking system Description How do you conquer that endless reading list? And even if you do get around to reading, how do you process all that new information? In this course I will teach you a system for extracting information from the books you read, so that you get more reading done, learn more, and make that information more useful to you in the future. ------- This was the course I was searching for, for a long time!…This course should be seen by all starting students or (like me) all struggling old students who missed this in the past. — Udemy review Danny, does a great job laying the foundation of "batch" reading as well as offering many great pointers to facilitate and maximize the process. If you desire, or need to, do lots of research reading (business or academic) you will love this course . — Udemy review ------- I will help you implement a system to read books faster and get the information you want from them. Find more time for making reading a life-long habit Learn to read faster Learn more from the books you read Set up a system for making information more useful to you later Conquer your reading list! ------- The information is not just for students or academics, but also for anyone who is trying to learn a new topic for personal or professional use. There is so much information available out there, this course provides tools to read and then extract and organize info in a meaningful way, such that you do not inefficiently duplicate work by reading twice…I can definitely apply many of the topics in this course immediately to improve my efficiency. — Udemy review ------- Get More Out of Your Books The endless list of books that you want to read sometimes stunts us from even beginning. And even those who do read regularly do not have a great system for actually getting the most from those books. By implementing the system this course teaches, students will begin to conquer their reading list, and feel confident that the information that they learn will be close by for the rest of their lives. Even in the age of blog posts and reddit threads, people still know their is value in reading the books of experts. Students who take this course will have a system in place to learn from those great minds who put the best of their knowledge into the books they write. ------- The course is well structured and extremely informative. Prof. Zacharias delivery kept me engaged. I have been searching for this type of course for years. I highly recommend this course to anyone that enjoys reading, but more so to students. My next semester starts on Wednesday and I look forward to implementing this system. Thank you! — Udemy review ------- Content and Overview The course begins with providing you some tips and encouragement to make more time for reading. The more intentional someone is about reading regularly, the more it will become a life-long habit. Although not a speed reading course, a section of the course is devoted to helping students to read at a faster pace. I cover both hard copy and eBook reading. The actual system of information extraction is thoroughly presented to the student, so that they clearly understand the steps taken through a book to get the information you wish to retain. ------- You will find no hyped up claims of doubling your reading speed in this course. It's a breath of fresh air. Reading can be hard work, but I appreciated the simple, no-nonsense approach of this course. — Udemy review I wish I had this information back in high school and college. Perfect system for teachers and public speakers to organize topics and information from textbooks. Thanks Danny! — Udemy Review Who this course is for: This course is meant for anyone who desires to learn more from the books they read This course is not a speed reading course This course is not for novel readers Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 4m total length Expand all sections Welcome to the Course 3 lectures • 12min Introduction and Welcome to the Course Preview 03:29 Finding More Time for Reading Preview 08:10 Section 1 Project 1 page Tips For Reading Faster 7 lectures • 34min Quieting the Voice in Your Head 07:01 Manipulating eBooks to Read Faster 06:18 Reading Hard Copy Books Faster 02:33 What to do with Footnotes 05:06 The Art of Skimming and Skipping 03:21 Redefining Reading for Yourself 09:27 Section 2 Project 1 page Preparing for Information Extraction 5 lectures • 17min What Information to Identify 06:37 Notations in Hard Copy Books 04:42 Notations in eBooks 02:50 The Importance of Moving Forward 03:04 Section 3 Project 1 page Choosing a Tool for Information Storage 4 lectures • 14min Old Fashioned Paper in a Book 01:56 Evernote 01:49 Reference Manager 10:41 Section 4 Project 1 page Extracting the Information 7 lectures • 29min Writing Chapter Summaries 04:41 Extracting from Hard Copy Books 07:11 Extracting from eBooks 07:15 Creating Flashcards for Info Memorization 04:35 Adding Tags to Your Book Information 03:28 Speeding Up Information Extraction by Outsourcing 01:58 Section 5 Project 1 page Implementing the System 3 lectures • 14min Some Discussion on Time 08:42 The Importance of Review 03:22 Final Thoughts 01:38 Instructor Danny Zacharias EduPreneur, Tech Ninja, Bible Geek, Professor, Author 4.6 Instructor Rating 848 Reviews 6,669 Students 5 Courses Dr. H. Daniel Zacharias is a professor, speaker, author, tech ninja, and is a full time professor at Acadia University. Danny's training and full-time gig is in Biblical studies. He works hard to help people understand the message of the Bible and to teach them to be responsible readers. He is also passionate about utilizing emerging technology in education. This shows in his personal website, where he provides quality multimedia resources for learning Greek, including apps, videos, and songs, as well as his informational blog. Danny is a graduate of Providence College (BA), Acadia University (M.A., MDiv.) and Ph.D. (HTC/Aberdeen). He and his wife, Maria, live in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with their three sons, one daughter, and cat. 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  2. Understand steps they can take to read faster Implement a system of information extraction Begin conquering the ever-growing reading list! Requirements Hard copy book eBook pencil note-taking system Description How do you conquer that endless reading list? And even if you do get around to reading, how do you process all that new information? In this course I will teach you a system for extracting information from the books you read, so that you get more reading done, learn more, and make that information more useful to you in the future. ------- This was the course I was searching for, for a long time!…This course should be seen by all starting students or (like me) all struggling old students who missed this in the past. — Udemy review Danny, does a great job laying the foundation of "batch" reading as well as offering many great pointers to facilitate and maximize the process. If you desire, or need to, do lots of research reading (business or academic) you will love this course . — Udemy review ------- I will help you implement a system to read books faster and get the information you want from them. Find more time for making reading a life-long habit Learn to read faster Learn more from the books you read Set up a system for making information more useful to you later Conquer your reading list! ------- The information is not just for students or academics, but also for anyone who is trying to learn a new topic for personal or professional use. There is so much information available out there, this course provides tools to read and then extract and organize info in a meaningful way, such that you do not inefficiently duplicate work by reading twice…I can definitely apply many of the topics in this course immediately to improve my efficiency. — Udemy review ------- Get More Out of Your Books The endless list of books that you want to read sometimes stunts us from even beginning. And even those who do read regularly do not have a great system for actually getting the most from those books. By implementing the system this course teaches, students will begin to conquer their reading list, and feel confident that the information that they learn will be close by for the rest of their lives. Even in the age of blog posts and reddit threads, people still know their is value in reading the books of experts. Students who take this course will have a system in place to learn from those great minds who put the best of their knowledge into the books they write. ------- The course is well structured and extremely informative. Prof. Zacharias delivery kept me engaged. I have been searching for this type of course for years. I highly recommend this course to anyone that enjoys reading, but more so to students. My next semester starts on Wednesday and I look forward to implementing this system. Thank you! — Udemy review ------- Content and Overview The course begins with providing you some tips and encouragement to make more time for reading. The more intentional someone is about reading regularly, the more it will become a life-long habit. Although not a speed reading course, a section of the course is devoted to helping students to read at a faster pace. I cover both hard copy and eBook reading. The actual system of information extraction is thoroughly presented to the student, so that they clearly understand the steps taken through a book to get the information you wish to retain. ------- You will find no hyped up claims of doubling your reading speed in this course. It's a breath of fresh air. Reading can be hard work, but I appreciated the simple, no-nonsense approach of this course. — Udemy review I wish I had this information back in high school and college. Perfect system for teachers and public speakers to organize topics and information from textbooks. Thanks Danny! — Udemy Review Who this course is for: This course is meant for anyone who desires to learn more from the books they read This course is not a speed reading course This course is not for novel readers Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 4m total length Expand all sections Welcome to the Course 3 lectures • 12min Introduction and Welcome to the Course Preview 03:29 Finding More Time for Reading Preview 08:10 Section 1 Project 1 page Tips For Reading Faster 7 lectures • 34min Quieting the Voice in Your Head 07:01 Manipulating eBooks to Read Faster 06:18 Reading Hard Copy Books Faster 02:33 What to do with Footnotes 05:06 The Art of Skimming and Skipping 03:21 Redefining Reading for Yourself 09:27 Section 2 Project 1 page Preparing for Information Extraction 5 lectures • 17min What Information to Identify 06:37 Notations in Hard Copy Books 04:42 Notations in eBooks 02:50 The Importance of Moving Forward 03:04 Section 3 Project 1 page Choosing a Tool for Information Storage 4 lectures • 14min Old Fashioned Paper in a Book 01:56 Evernote 01:49 Reference Manager 10:41 Section 4 Project 1 page Extracting the Information 7 lectures • 29min Writing Chapter Summaries 04:41 Extracting from Hard Copy Books 07:11 Extracting from eBooks 07:15 Creating Flashcards for Info Memorization 04:35 Adding Tags to Your Book Information 03:28 Speeding Up Information Extraction by Outsourcing 01:58 Section 5 Project 1 page Implementing the System 3 lectures • 14min Some Discussion on Time 08:42 The Importance of Review 03:22 Final Thoughts 01:38 Instructor Danny Zacharias EduPreneur, Tech Ninja, Bible Geek, Professor, Author 4.6 Instructor Rating 848 Reviews 6,669 Students 5 Courses Dr. H. Daniel Zacharias is a professor, speaker, author, tech ninja, and is a full time professor at Acadia University. Danny's training and full-time gig is in Biblical studies. He works hard to help people understand the message of the Bible and to teach them to be responsible readers. He is also passionate about utilizing emerging technology in education. This shows in his personal website, where he provides quality multimedia resources for learning Greek, including apps, videos, and songs, as well as his informational blog. Danny is a graduate of Providence College (BA), Acadia University (M.A., MDiv.) and Ph.D. (HTC/Aberdeen). He and his wife, Maria, live in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with their three sons, one daughter, and cat. 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  3. Implement a system of information extraction Begin conquering the ever-growing reading list! Requirements Hard copy book eBook pencil note-taking system Description How do you conquer that endless reading list? And even if you do get around to reading, how do you process all that new information? In this course I will teach you a system for extracting information from the books you read, so that you get more reading done, learn more, and make that information more useful to you in the future. ------- This was the course I was searching for, for a long time!…This course should be seen by all starting students or (like me) all struggling old students who missed this in the past. — Udemy review Danny, does a great job laying the foundation of "batch" reading as well as offering many great pointers to facilitate and maximize the process. If you desire, or need to, do lots of research reading (business or academic) you will love this course . — Udemy review ------- I will help you implement a system to read books faster and get the information you want from them. Find more time for making reading a life-long habit Learn to read faster Learn more from the books you read Set up a system for making information more useful to you later Conquer your reading list! ------- The information is not just for students or academics, but also for anyone who is trying to learn a new topic for personal or professional use. There is so much information available out there, this course provides tools to read and then extract and organize info in a meaningful way, such that you do not inefficiently duplicate work by reading twice…I can definitely apply many of the topics in this course immediately to improve my efficiency. — Udemy review ------- Get More Out of Your Books The endless list of books that you want to read sometimes stunts us from even beginning. And even those who do read regularly do not have a great system for actually getting the most from those books. By implementing the system this course teaches, students will begin to conquer their reading list, and feel confident that the information that they learn will be close by for the rest of their lives. Even in the age of blog posts and reddit threads, people still know their is value in reading the books of experts. Students who take this course will have a system in place to learn from those great minds who put the best of their knowledge into the books they write. ------- The course is well structured and extremely informative. Prof. Zacharias delivery kept me engaged. I have been searching for this type of course for years. I highly recommend this course to anyone that enjoys reading, but more so to students. My next semester starts on Wednesday and I look forward to implementing this system. Thank you! — Udemy review ------- Content and Overview The course begins with providing you some tips and encouragement to make more time for reading. The more intentional someone is about reading regularly, the more it will become a life-long habit. Although not a speed reading course, a section of the course is devoted to helping students to read at a faster pace. I cover both hard copy and eBook reading. The actual system of information extraction is thoroughly presented to the student, so that they clearly understand the steps taken through a book to get the information you wish to retain. ------- You will find no hyped up claims of doubling your reading speed in this course. It's a breath of fresh air. Reading can be hard work, but I appreciated the simple, no-nonsense approach of this course. — Udemy review I wish I had this information back in high school and college. Perfect system for teachers and public speakers to organize topics and information from textbooks. Thanks Danny! — Udemy Review Who this course is for: This course is meant for anyone who desires to learn more from the books they read This course is not a speed reading course This course is not for novel readers Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 4m total length Expand all sections Welcome to the Course 3 lectures • 12min Introduction and Welcome to the Course Preview 03:29 Finding More Time for Reading Preview 08:10 Section 1 Project 1 page Tips For Reading Faster 7 lectures • 34min Quieting the Voice in Your Head 07:01 Manipulating eBooks to Read Faster 06:18 Reading Hard Copy Books Faster 02:33 What to do with Footnotes 05:06 The Art of Skimming and Skipping 03:21 Redefining Reading for Yourself 09:27 Section 2 Project 1 page Preparing for Information Extraction 5 lectures • 17min What Information to Identify 06:37 Notations in Hard Copy Books 04:42 Notations in eBooks 02:50 The Importance of Moving Forward 03:04 Section 3 Project 1 page Choosing a Tool for Information Storage 4 lectures • 14min Old Fashioned Paper in a Book 01:56 Evernote 01:49 Reference Manager 10:41 Section 4 Project 1 page Extracting the Information 7 lectures • 29min Writing Chapter Summaries 04:41 Extracting from Hard Copy Books 07:11 Extracting from eBooks 07:15 Creating Flashcards for Info Memorization 04:35 Adding Tags to Your Book Information 03:28 Speeding Up Information Extraction by Outsourcing 01:58 Section 5 Project 1 page Implementing the System 3 lectures • 14min Some Discussion on Time 08:42 The Importance of Review 03:22 Final Thoughts 01:38 Instructor Danny Zacharias EduPreneur, Tech Ninja, Bible Geek, Professor, Author 4.6 Instructor Rating 848 Reviews 6,669 Students 5 Courses Dr. H. Daniel Zacharias is a professor, speaker, author, tech ninja, and is a full time professor at Acadia University. Danny's training and full-time gig is in Biblical studies. He works hard to help people understand the message of the Bible and to teach them to be responsible readers. He is also passionate about utilizing emerging technology in education. This shows in his personal website, where he provides quality multimedia resources for learning Greek, including apps, videos, and songs, as well as his informational blog. Danny is a graduate of Providence College (BA), Acadia University (M.A., MDiv.) and Ph.D. (HTC/Aberdeen). He and his wife, Maria, live in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with their three sons, one daughter, and cat. 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  4. Begin conquering the ever-growing reading list! Requirements Hard copy book eBook pencil note-taking system Description How do you conquer that endless reading list? And even if you do get around to reading, how do you process all that new information? In this course I will teach you a system for extracting information from the books you read, so that you get more reading done, learn more, and make that information more useful to you in the future. ------- This was the course I was searching for, for a long time!…This course should be seen by all starting students or (like me) all struggling old students who missed this in the past. — Udemy review Danny, does a great job laying the foundation of "batch" reading as well as offering many great pointers to facilitate and maximize the process. If you desire, or need to, do lots of research reading (business or academic) you will love this course . — Udemy review ------- I will help you implement a system to read books faster and get the information you want from them. Find more time for making reading a life-long habit Learn to read faster Learn more from the books you read Set up a system for making information more useful to you later Conquer your reading list! ------- The information is not just for students or academics, but also for anyone who is trying to learn a new topic for personal or professional use. There is so much information available out there, this course provides tools to read and then extract and organize info in a meaningful way, such that you do not inefficiently duplicate work by reading twice…I can definitely apply many of the topics in this course immediately to improve my efficiency. — Udemy review ------- Get More Out of Your Books The endless list of books that you want to read sometimes stunts us from even beginning. And even those who do read regularly do not have a great system for actually getting the most from those books. By implementing the system this course teaches, students will begin to conquer their reading list, and feel confident that the information that they learn will be close by for the rest of their lives. Even in the age of blog posts and reddit threads, people still know their is value in reading the books of experts. Students who take this course will have a system in place to learn from those great minds who put the best of their knowledge into the books they write. ------- The course is well structured and extremely informative. Prof. Zacharias delivery kept me engaged. I have been searching for this type of course for years. I highly recommend this course to anyone that enjoys reading, but more so to students. My next semester starts on Wednesday and I look forward to implementing this system. Thank you! — Udemy review ------- Content and Overview The course begins with providing you some tips and encouragement to make more time for reading. The more intentional someone is about reading regularly, the more it will become a life-long habit. Although not a speed reading course, a section of the course is devoted to helping students to read at a faster pace. I cover both hard copy and eBook reading. The actual system of information extraction is thoroughly presented to the student, so that they clearly understand the steps taken through a book to get the information you wish to retain. ------- You will find no hyped up claims of doubling your reading speed in this course. It's a breath of fresh air. Reading can be hard work, but I appreciated the simple, no-nonsense approach of this course. — Udemy review I wish I had this information back in high school and college. Perfect system for teachers and public speakers to organize topics and information from textbooks. Thanks Danny! — Udemy Review Who this course is for: This course is meant for anyone who desires to learn more from the books they read This course is not a speed reading course This course is not for novel readers Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 29 lectures • 2h 4m total length Expand all sections Welcome to the Course 3 lectures • 12min Introduction and Welcome to the Course Preview 03:29 Finding More Time for Reading Preview 08:10 Section 1 Project 1 page Tips For Reading Faster 7 lectures • 34min Quieting the Voice in Your Head 07:01 Manipulating eBooks to Read Faster 06:18 Reading Hard Copy Books Faster 02:33 What to do with Footnotes 05:06 The Art of Skimming and Skipping 03:21 Redefining Reading for Yourself 09:27 Section 2 Project 1 page Preparing for Information Extraction 5 lectures • 17min What Information to Identify 06:37 Notations in Hard Copy Books 04:42 Notations in eBooks 02:50 The Importance of Moving Forward 03:04 Section 3 Project 1 page Choosing a Tool for Information Storage 4 lectures • 14min Old Fashioned Paper in a Book 01:56 Evernote 01:49 Reference Manager 10:41 Section 4 Project 1 page Extracting the Information 7 lectures • 29min Writing Chapter Summaries 04:41 Extracting from Hard Copy Books 07:11 Extracting from eBooks 07:15 Creating Flashcards for Info Memorization 04:35 Adding Tags to Your Book Information 03:28 Speeding Up Information Extraction by Outsourcing 01:58 Section 5 Project 1 page Implementing the System 3 lectures • 14min Some Discussion on Time 08:42 The Importance of Review 03:22 Final Thoughts 01:38 Instructor Danny Zacharias EduPreneur, Tech Ninja, Bible Geek, Professor, Author 4.6 Instructor Rating 848 Reviews 6,669 Students 5 Courses Dr. H. Daniel Zacharias is a professor, speaker, author, tech ninja, and is a full time professor at Acadia University. Danny's training and full-time gig is in Biblical studies. He works hard to help people understand the message of the Bible and to teach them to be responsible readers. He is also passionate about utilizing emerging technology in education. This shows in his personal website, where he provides quality multimedia resources for learning Greek, including apps, videos, and songs, as well as his informational blog. Danny is a graduate of Providence College (BA), Acadia University (M.A., MDiv.) and Ph.D. (HTC/Aberdeen). He and his wife, Maria, live in Wolfville, Nova Scotia with their three sons, one daughter, and cat. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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