Peer notetaking has long been the standard way of supporting students with a note taking accommodation. For some students, it is the most appropriate accommodation - but it does little to help students learn the study skills they need for life post-education.
Each Fall as students arrive on campus, offices across North America are overwhelmed by the logistics and administration involved with sourcing, training, maintaining, and quality checking peer notetakers. It’s time consuming, it can be expensive, and can leave you open to compliance issues during those first weeks of term when you’re getting it all organised. It can be a headache, to say the least.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss why you should consider moving towards a tech-first approach to note taking support, and how independent note taking can help students to learn important study skills.
- How students with disabilities can improve their outcomes and learn important transferable skills with the help of assistive technology
- How your department can use technology to ease the problem caused by peer notes
- Why independent note taking can help students with disabilities improve how they learn
- How Glean can help your department to save time and money, and help your students to become more confident note takers
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of ‘at risk’ students feel more confident in preparing for exams and tests.
of ‘at risk’ students say that using Glean has helped improve their study skills.
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