How does Assistive Technology help 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.6 min readPublished: 25 Jan 2019
A New Normal
Why keep our classrooms analogue when the rest of the world is becoming digital?
Peer Note Taking
An Inherent Problem
Here’s how assistive technology could help create greater independence for students with common disabilities:
Creating Independence Through Assistive Tech
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