Note taking and the ADA: First-hand experiences

Understand the legal issues surrounding peer notes and how they differ from assistive technology.

19th May 2020, 4:00pm (Coordinated Universal Time)

What we discussed

What do institutions need to consider about compliance when they assess the role of note taking accommodations?

Our panel for this webinar had experienced first-hand the challenges of compliance with both assistive technology and peer notes. They told their own stories of compliance conversations, as well as giving advice from what they have learned along the way.

Our Panel

Allison Butler

Director, ADA Compliance Officer, Emory University

Tim McHenry

Assistive Technology Specialist, University of Montana

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