I use both, I'm still learning a few things as projects.So I find it better to use the two options.
I use Google a lot, but also do what I call 'branhing'
So I go to one site, then a branch from that and another from that...and on it go's.
Very time consuming, but (for me) well worth the effort. That's for when I am studying complex topics.It's not for everyone, you also have to have some insight so you don't get lost....with all those 'branches'.
You can see from the pic I have placed, how it 'kind of works'.
Handwritten in point form. I haven't studied for a few years, but when I was at uni found paying attention to lectures more valuable than the notes I paid. The lectures where I completely participated, I remembered a lot more without needing to rely on the notes I made.
I use bullet points. Like Chipp said, writing it down helps you remember it better, but I can't always read my own handwriting. If I do use any typed material, I alway print it off and use a highlighter.
I think a combination of both works best. I like to write my own notes as I find that this helps to get the information into my head, but then I may also type up key points that I know I will want to keep and return to.
My first draft is always hand written, it helps me focus during the lecture and therefore cements my learning. Depending on the subject I will then go home and type them up, refine them and again it helps me to remember the key aspects.