Why the University of Notre Dame use Glean as their default note taking support

Learn how Notre Dame solved their peer notes problems with Glean

25th May 2022, 5:00pm (Coordinated Universal Time)

“Peer notes is no longer our default: Glean is”

The University of Notre Dame is recognised as one of the top higher education institutions in the US. In this webinar, you’ll learn how they provide note taking support to their students with accommodations, and why Glean was a solution they wanted to invest in.

In this free webinar Amy Jobst from University of Notre Dame, IN will discuss:

  • Why they’ve made Glean their default note taking tool
  • Why independent note taking was so important to them
  • How they launched Glean with their students
  • How the right note taking tool can support student success in grades and beyond

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Our Panel

Paddy Heaton

Event & Community Lead

Amy Jobst

Assistant Director, Testing Center & Student Access, University of Notre Dame

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