History log

The history log is a form of logging, where the logger writes down the flow of a thing, event, or form. In doing so, the history log is always written in the form of a dot point and also in the present tense. In contrast to the results log, there is information about how the participants came to a conclusion.

The history log is a form of logging, where the logger writes down the flow of a thing, event, or form. In doing so, the history log is always written in the form of a dot point and also in the present tense. In contrast to the results log, there is information about how the participants came to a conclusion.

The history log reflects the speech contributions of a discussion and not only reduces this to the result. However, the individual utterances of the participants are written down in a meaningful way and are not recorded in the wording. The individual discussion contributions are written in the indirect speech.

The history protocol is mainly suitable for discussions and meetings, where it must be clear what resulted. In this way, the individual observations, utterances and speech contributions can be followed and developed. Consequently, this protocol is preferred, especially in the field of natural sciences, since experiments can be exactly described.

Note: In this article, we will show you the structure (structure) of a history log, giving you an example of the history log. We would also like to provide you with a template for printing, so you can write your own history logs.
Structure of the history log
Exemplary structure of a history log
Log header (date, location, start and end, participant and absentee, name of the logger)
Indicate the individual items of the agenda, if one is available.
A brief, objective, and objective description of the decisions and how they came about. Thus, not only are results logged, but also their origin and individual thoughts are considered.
Signature of the secretary and the chairman of the meeting.
If there are discussions (copies, documents, handouts), these are to be mentioned as attachments and attached. If these are online sources, these should be specified with access date.
Note: The history log does not have to be aligned in all aspects according to this outline and can, of course, be supplemented by subpages and additional information.

Examples of the history log
Meeting of the word growth e.V., 21.1.2014
Location: Conference room of the Mustermann Foundation, Alexanderplatz, Berlin; Time: 4 pm to 5:30 pm
Participants: Hubert Aachen, Anne Chiasmus, Sophie Mittelstädt, Robert Prenz, Jonas Ullstein
Absent: Christine Mullenbach, Ronja Opp
Meeting: Hubert Aachen
Protocol: Sophie Mittelstädt
Agenda::
1. Falling subscriber number of the magazine
2. Stand at the Hochschulstraßefest
3. Other
4. Organizational
1. Decreasing subscriber number
A. C. and R. P. describe how the number of subscribers developed during the last quarter. The tendency is falling. A. C.: “We have seen a sharp drop in the valid subscriptions.” The number has declined from 350 to 270.
H. A.: “What are the reasons to be accepted?”
A.C. admits that the reasons for the decline are unknown.
J. U. suggests that the subscribers be consulted about their satisfaction.
Decision: To the next meeting Preparation of a letter of current subscribers (questionnaire, cover letter) by J. U.
All participants agree to this decision.
2. Stand at the Hochschulstraßefest
The HSF will be held in June 2014. The association is represented by a stand. It is currently unclear where this is and what content is presented.
H. A. suggests to ask the Student Council about the location.
A. C. takes this task. All participants agree.
R. P. proposes to hold a literary quiz and to price prizes.
Per:
R. P .: The stand would get a more visitor.
A. C. It would be fun to play with the visitors playfully.
Cons:
H. A .: Prices must be purchased, but there is no money.
J. U. proposes to issue old issues of the magazine and subscription. Furthermore, the University could ask for books.
Decision: J. U. asked the student council whether a public library donation box can be set up in the cafeteria and takes an affirmation of their construction.
Decision was adopted with one abstention.
3. Other
No other points by the participants
4. Organizational
Topics for the next session: bookshelf in the canteen, location of the stand at the HSF, questionnaire for subscribers, topic-finding for the new edition
Next meeting: 16.2.2014, 4 pm, conference room of the Mustermann Foundation
Signature Sophie Mittelstädt, Hubert Aachen.

The history log reflects the speech contributions of a discussion and not only reduces this to the result. However, the individual utterances of the participants are written down in a meaningful way and are not recorded in the wording. The individual discussion contributions are written in the indirect speech.

The history protocol is mainly suitable for discussions and meetings, where it must be clear what resulted. In this way, the individual observations, utterances and speech contributions can be followed and developed. Consequently, this protocol is preferred, especially in the field of natural sciences, since experiments can be exactly described.

Note: In this article, we will show you the structure (structure) of a history log, giving you an example of the history log. We would also like to provide you with a template for printing, so you can write your own history logs.
Structure of the history log
Exemplary structure of a history log
Log header (date, location, start and end, participant and absentee, name of the logger)
Indicate the individual items of the agenda, if one is available.
A brief, objective, and objective description of the decisions and how they came about. Thus, not only are results logged, but also their origin and individual thoughts are considered.
Signature of the secretary and the chairman of the meeting.
If there are discussions (copies, documents, handouts), these are to be mentioned as attachments and attached. If these are online sources, these should be specified with access date.
Note: The history log does not have to be aligned in all aspects according to this outline and can, of course, be supplemented by subpages and additional information.

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