Dealing with information overload: How to set your students up for note taking success this Fall

A panel of disability support professionals discuss the importance of independent note taking, and how to teach note taking skills so that your students are set up for success this Fall.

10th August 2021, 5:00pm (Coordinated Universal Time)

Our Panel

Paddy Heaton

Event & Community Lead

Spencer Scruggs

Director for Student Accessibility Services, Trinity University

Amy Breton

Assistant Director of Accessibility Services, College of the Holy Cross

Mark Taylor

Director of Testing, Tutoring and Disability Services, Grayson College

Upcoming events


Why your note taking support isn’t helping students achieve great grades

There’s a problem for students arriving at college in 2022 - they don’t know how to take notes.

19th January 2022, 6:00pm
(Coordinated Universal Time)

Your January Glean update: Get ready for Transcription!

We’ll take you through the new features and resources, and share how each of them can support your students to take more meaningful notes.

26th January 2022, 6:00pm
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The Glean Grades Challenge Award Show

In Fall Semester 2021, Glean users at colleges and universities across North America entered the Glean Grades Challenge - it's time to announce the winners!

27th January 2022, 6:00pm
(Coordinated Universal Time)

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