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Glean by Sononcent. Webinar: Equity, Effectiveness and the Role of Peer Notetakers
Equity, Effectiveness and the Role of Peer Notetakers
Join our panel of Higher Education specialists as we investigate the effectiveness of peer notes as an accommodation for disabled students.

Our panelists are disability services specialists who use a range of accommodations for their students. The panel will include: Erin Tokajer, Assistant Director - Disability Support & Assistive Technology, American University and Michael Canale - Assistant Director for Student Disability Services, University of Maryland - Baltimore County. Michael and Erin will explore some of the debates around using peer notes including:

Do they improve student equity?
Are they good value for money?
Are they the only option for certain students?

We will investigate how our panelists utilise peer notes as part of their note taking accommodations, what alternatives they provide, and what their plans are for the future.

Our upcoming webinar forms part of our research into different note taking accommodations. We will also take a look at the results of our survey completed by over 100 Higher Education institutions in North America, further examining the role of peer notetakers.

Feb 25, 2020 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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