You may have heard about it already through our webinars, in conversations with our team, or through word of mouth – Glean, the next evolution of Sonocent Audio Note Taker, is ready to launch. To get here, we conducted a Fall trial with a number of North American institutions. Among them was Cornell University.
Western Sydney University was looking for an alternative to professional notetakers. In 2017, they put a note taking tool to the test, encouraging stronger note taking and study skills.
In a recent webinar, Lindsay Green (Assistant Director of Disability Services and Academic Access at Marymount Manhattan College) spoke to us about environments other than lectures where the ability to take useful, comprehensive notes is vital.
Are peer notes finished? In a recent webinar Oregon State University discussed moving away from peer notes in favour of AT.
Thanks to Sonocent, Wake Forest is helping students study smarter, not harder. So how do they do it? In a recent webinar, they gave us their top tips.
Find out how Rose State College was able to improve note-taking accommodations whilst reducing admin burden by implementing Sonocent.