How blended learning provides the roadmap away from peer notes

A panel of disability support professionals discuss how they justified and brought about their move away from peer notetakers.

16th March 2021, 05:00PM (Coordinated Universal Time)

How blended learning provides the roadmap away from peer notes

What we discussed

For most students, peer notetakers are no longer the best solution for note taking support. This is especially true as we support students in multiple learning environments.

Why challenge peer notes? They don’t give equal access to learning, they’re frequently unreliable, and they cause admin headaches like no other note taking solution — often all without a good return on investment.

In this webinar, our peer panel of disability support professionals discussed how they justified and brought about their move away from peer notetakers.

Our Panel

Cora McIlwain

Cora McIlwain

Customer Success Manager, Glean
 

Andy Koch

Andy Koch

Specialist for Instructional Accessibility, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
 

Michelle Nickerson

Michelle Nickerson

Note Taking Administrator, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
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