Northwestern University explores the value of note-taking technology
170 students at Northwestern were receiving a peer notetaker, costing $100 per class. Do we know if peer notetakers are truly value for money for our students?5 min readPublished: 6 Nov 2018
Northwestern University overview:
Why wasn’t the peer notetaking scheme working?
Finding value with note-taking technology
Reductions in requests for peer notetakers
Students with peer notes vs. technology
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