Case Study: A cost-effective note-taking accommodation for Madison Area Technical College
Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin offers a range of note-taking accommodations to support their students with disabilities, the most common of which are paid peer note-takers.
However, the college is always on the lookout for affordable accommodations that create independence for their students and raise academic achievement. It’s essential that these accommodations be simple to implement and manage, offer value and be adopted on a wide scale.
For these reasons, the college decided to invest in Sonocent Audio Notetaker - awardwinning accessibility software designed to support students with disabilities who struggle to take written notes in class.
What follows is an interview conducted with Dave Medearis, the Senior Disability Resource Liaison at Madison College, in November 2014, 15 months after implementing Sonocent as a note-taking accommodation.
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