Glean: Supporting students with Multiple Sclerosis and their note taking challenges
In this article we look at Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a condition that affects the brain and spinal cord.
In MS, the coating that protects the nerves (myelin) is damaged. This causes a range of symptoms like blurred vision and problems with how we move, think and feel. But how does this affect the student’s ability to take notes? And how does Glean help these students to overcome their note taking challenges?
How can Glean help students with MS?
Why did you struggle with note taking in lectures?
How has Glean helped you in lectures?
How do you like to use Glean outside of lectures?
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