Could implementing AT help your students maximize their studies and lead to greater engagement in class?
In our upcoming webinar, Suzanne Hawks (Disability and Learning Assistance Specialist) will explore how incorporating Sonocent with academic coaching strategies can improve note-taking, organization, and time management skills.
Suzanne will discuss the pros and cons of note-taking software and smart pens as alternatives to peer notetakers, with a focus on how they can work for students struggling to keep up and stay engaged.
She’ll share how tools such as Sonocent Audio Notetaker can help students not only feel more confident and present in class, but also maximize their studies by helping promote organization and a ‘work smarter not harder’ ethos.
- Explore the problems presented by peer notetakers, and how AT can provide a more effective accommodation for many students.
- Learn how Wake Forest University has encouraged student engagement with technology and brought faculty on board.
- Discover the positive effect Sonocent has had on students at Wake Forest University.