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, 13:00PM (US Eastern Time)


Note taking is not a skill regularly learned in K-12, and so students have to learn on the job.

But without proper instruction, they often miss the most important step of note taking - reviewing your notes after class.

Studies show that if notes aren’t refined and reviewed after class, 80% of information is lost.

“I’ve always had someone else take notes for me. It’s really difficult to rely on them and know that you don’t know how to do that skill yourself. I don’t feel as good a student as everyone else.” - Samantha, Postgraduate Student, Harvard University

In this free webinar, we’ll be joined by a panel of disability support professionals to discuss the importance of encouraging students to return to their notes, and how Glean can support your students to create useful knowledge by refining their notes after class.

Our panel


Paddy Heaton

Growth Marketing Manager


Amy Fisk

Assistant Dean for Accessibility, State University of New York College at Geneseo

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