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How Cornell University is helping Sonocent shape the future of note taking
We’ve got something new for you, and we think you’ll like it.

At Sonocent we’ve spent over a decade working closely with disability support departments.

We’ve helped:
- Empower students to take notes independently
- Significantly reduce the cost and admin burden of note-taking accommodations
- Build a community of professionals who care deeply about improving the student experience

Now we’re taking this community even further.

For the past two years we’ve been developing Glean, the next evolution of Sonocent Audio Notetaker. And we’ve not been doing it alone.

We’ve been helped by many disability services departments across North America who have offered feedback, helped with testing and are now running full pilots of Glean at their institutions.

On November 19th we’ll be joined by Sarah Bonawitz, Accommodations Specialist at Cornell University, to discuss the Glean pilot that her department is currently running.

She’ll explore:
- Her vision for Glean at Cornell University and her motives for piloting the new technology
- How her department have implemented the pilot and found students to participate
- How she plans to use student feedback and data to assess the success of the Glean pilot

There will be a Q&A session with Sarah and her Sonocent Account Manager Craig Nathan-Moss, and a demonstration of Glean.

We're excited to show you how the future for note taking can be shaped by departments like yours. Sign up today to secure your place!

Nov 19, 2019 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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