Studying with ADHD: strategies for success
Staying focused while studying is a challenge for everyone, but it’s especially hard for those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
10 ways to reduce anxiety after the winter break
Are you feeling anxious about going back to school or college after the winter break? Start doing these top ten tips straight away!
Access All Areas: Exploring accessibility challenges and opportunities in education at Missouri State University
Based on a conversation between Timothy McHenry from Missouri State University and Paddy from Glean, here's a Q&A summary exploring the key points on accessibility challenges in higher education and the role of Universal Design Learning (UDL) in accessibility.
Doing more with less: how Disability Services can succeed with minimal resources
Many Disability Services departments are battling to serve their students within the confines of limited resources. To find out how to overcome this, we spoke to Jeremy Martin and Megan Simmons at the University of North Alabama to explore how they work with a tight budget.
Access All Areas: Northwestern University on Promoting UDL with Faculty
In this second part of our interview with Jim Stachowiak, he discusses how Disability Services staff can help to promote UDL across campus, and the importance of forming partnerships that help expand your reach and influence.
Two heads are better than one: introducing our co-CEOs
Glean Founder, and now co-CEO, Dave Tucker, shares some exciting new developments across the leadership team.
Accommodations in the Digital Age
We're delighted to announce that, starting October 25th, we are launching a brand new webinar series entitled Accommodations in the Digital Age.
Dyslexia in the workplace: fostering inclusion for individuals with dyslexia
Dyslexia isn't one-size-fits-all. It manifests differently in everyone, with its own set of unique challenges. That means organisations need to foster a culture of inclusion to unlock the untapped potential of their team.
Community Story: How Marymount Manhattan dropped peer notes
We spoke to Lindsay Green, Assistant Director of Disability Services, about how her students have learned to love assistive technology and move away from peer notetakers.
Community Story: Why Cornell University said goodbye to peer notetakers
We spoke to NTSN member Sarah Bonawitz, accommodation specialist at Cornell University, about the challenges she and her students have faced this past year and her department's priorities returning to on-campus learning.
Smarter studies: using Glean with a ‘flipped learning’ approach to class
Developed in the 1990's, flipped learning alters the conventional classroom dynamic by encouraging learners to study content ahead of class. In this article, we explore how Glean can be used in conjunction with this approach to teaching.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the missing 65%: making accommodations accessible to all
65% of disabled students do not receive the accommodations they would benefit from. To overcome these barriers, and ensure learning is accessible for all, educators should adopt the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Dart Type Promotion
In this article, we'll walk you through a common issue with dart type promotion, showing you why it occurs and some ways to solve it.
Exploratory Testing at Glean
Zaryoon shares what Exploratory Testing is, and how it can be implemented in your tech teams to gain a deeper understanding of how your features work.
Between Technology & Commercial: Product Marketing at Glean
Forming the interface between Commercial and Technology, Product Marketing are at the heart of Glean's operations. We sat down with Head of Product Marketing, Charles Hague to find out more about the formation and responsibilities of the function.
Glean Pride 2023 Round Up 🎉
What a year 2023 has been. The year that saw King Charles’ coronation and Rihanna performing at the Super Bowl. But what about The Glean Pride Group?