The legacy method of providing note taking support for neurodiverse students at Murray State University was through peer or volunteer note takers. From taking too long to source note takers to the varying quality of the notes received, there were many pitfalls and shortcomings that students were burdened by.

How did Glean become a game changer for Ken and his students?

Ken shared some specific examples that proved how Glean had helped Murray State overcome the problems they faced with their previous system of note-taking accommodations.

  • Students no longer had to wait for a volunteer note taker to be provided. Instead, Ken could get a student set up with Glean straight away.

  • The risk of students being served with substandard provided notes was eliminated. Instead, they were empowered to gain learning independence and become their own self-advocates.

  • In gaining access to Glean, students immediately felt more confident about learning and note taking, stating "it's a game-changer!".

"Whenever I meet with students in person, they're just blown away. They can't believe that we provide this for them."

Don't allow your students to be burdened by unreliable note taking accommodations

Ken stated that one of the most common responses he receives from students who have got their hands on Glean is "I wish I would have known about this years ago!".

Legacy note taking accommodations put unfair constraints on the students who need them. With Glean, they're armed with the tools they require to take charge of their learning and reach their potential.

"A common response from students is 'this is going to be a game-changer for me!'."

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Empower learners of all abilities

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