If you don't have Bridge there are numerous FREE tools on the internet that will work just as well such as EXIF Reader. If you'll notice there is a slider bar on the right side in the screen grab below, indicating that there was even more data available by sliding that up or down to access it. It is fairly simple and basic but it does the job. Even though EXIF was originally designed for JPEG images EXIF Reader claims to read many RAW files including the ones for the Olympus DSLRs but it wouldn't read mine. You may also notice that there is Copyright information shown in the EXIF data. Obviously your camera doesn't know who you are and automatically copyright it for you so that was done with Adobe Bridge, but I'm sure there is lots of other software available to do that also.
You should also check the software that may have come with your camera. Does it have a photo viewer and/or organizer? It may include access to the EXIF data in there. Anyway, It doesn't take long to Google "Software for EXIF data" and come up with quite a few options, both free and for a price. The important thing for you to know is there is a lot of information there for you when you want or need it and it's not hard to get once you know that, so you can put your notebook and pencil away except maybe to record those things that even EXIF can't figure out yet, like who's that third guy from the left?
I'd love to hear from you if you have found a great program for this or if this has helped you at all. Grab your camera and go out and make some EXIF data happen.