Skip to main content
Workshops & seminars

Personal Wikipedia: Build Connections Between Your Notes For School Or Work Using Obsidian

Thursday, May 6, 2021
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

This event is free


Student Success Centre




On line



Having trouble remembering what you learned? Frustrated with slow and clunky note-taking on cloud-based apps? Looking for a new way to organize your thoughts? Then try out Obsidian! It’s a free, future-proof note-taking app that will help you organize and connect your notes for brainstorming projects, review meeting or lecture notes, and more.

We suggest you have the app open and follow along in this interactive workshop to learn what it is all about and start building your own personal wikipedia! -

Facilitator: Samantha Yuen, BSc Biology, Concordia University ; MSc Candidate in Bioinformatics, University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine.

Samantha Yuen is a recent alumni of Concordia University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and is currently in her Masters in Bioinformatics at University of Montreal. Her interest in organization, productivity and time management has led her to experiment with note-taking apps like Word, One Note, Evernote, Notion, Roam Research and now Obsidian. She has followed the Obsidian community closely since May of 2020 and contributed to forums to help new people get started with Obsidian to manage their personal knowledge, organize creative projects, and manage their research.

Back to top Back to top

© Concordia University