Goodbye Sonocent, hello Glean!
The story behind why we've rebranded to become the new face of inclusive learning technology.Read More4 min read
Covid-19: What’s our next move?
We asked NTSN Member Lindsay Green about how the past year is influencing her plans for the future.
The gains of remote learning for students with disabilities
Remote learning has benefitted students with disabilities during the pandemic. Is blended learning key to retaining these benefits as we return to normality?
Introducing a new approach to support
Lindsay Green from Marymount Manhattan College will be discussing the Covid challenges students and departments are facing and how you can adapt your approach.
Education & Technology
Could this new funding stream benefit your department?
Amidst the massive influx of news and dramatic upheavals Covid-19 has brought about, the implications of the CARES Act may have gone under many peoples’ radars.
Note taking support and the ADA
This year, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30 years old. Its aim was to eliminate disability discrimination in public life. Discover more.
#remotework: Exploring Chrome extensions
How can browser plugins help you and your students navigate remote working better? We've picked out the best Chrome extensions; click here to learn more.
Glean Team News
Goodbye Sonocent, hello Glean!
The story behind why we've rebranded to become the new face of inclusive learning technology.
Glean for Education is now live!
Our new program is ready to future-proof note taking support, improve learning, and help institutions remain compliant
How we’re gifting this Christmas (with a little help from our friends)
Here at Glean, we finish each year with a $10,000 donation to charitable causes. And we're sure that it's especially needed after the year that was 2020.
How we develop Assistive Technology for students with cognitive impairments
Common mental illnesses have more than just an emotional impact. Visit here to learn how to select the best piece of assistive technology for your students.
How Assistive Technology helps students with ADHD/ADD achieve independence
You can’t pause, slow down, or rewind a lecture if you lose concentration. Learn how this prevents students with ADHD from achieving their academic potential.
How does Assistive Technology benefit students with disabilities?
Universities and colleges are always looking to help students with disabilities. Learn how note taking technology benefits students and support staff alike.
Learning & Notetaking
How to become a self-regulated learner
Self-regulated learning is the goal of many higher ed institutions and instructors. And as this post explains, a key part of it is note taking
Why is note taking so challenging?
Despite its importance for learning, many learners struggle with note taking. Why is that?
UDL and modern learning
Learn from an expert why Universal Design matters, and how choice in the classroom creates expert learners.
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.
REPORT: What's next for note taking support?
The results from our latest survey are now published in a free whitepaper. Learn more and download your copy!