Conference | Creating an Inclusive Campus with Sonocent at ATEC 2017
Are you signed up for the Assistive Technology Exhibition and Conference (ATEC) on 23 November at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly?
There’s plenty to look forward to, including a keynote on accessible design from the BBC: view the full conference agenda.
ATEC is also your chance to see Sonocent Audio Notetaker V5 in action and put your questions to the team. Here are three ways to connect with us at the conference.
1. Attend our breakout session on creating an inclusive campus
At 10.15am our new Business Development Manager, Lee Chambers, will run a breakout session on Creating an Inclusive Campus with Sonocent Audio Notetaker V5.
Discover how our new releases support inclusive approaches to lecture and seminar delivery. Includes a demonstration of these new features:
Text-audio linking: audio now automatically syncs to typed notes, making it easier for students to revisit the key information.
Scribble: students can now scribble symbols, equations and diagrams alongside their audio – ideal for STEM subjects.
Human transcription: students can now submit their files for accurate, timely transcription with a few clicks.
You’ll also learn how our new licence options make it easier for institutions to roll out Sonocent campus-wide.
2. Speak to the team on our stand
Don’t be a stranger this ATEC.
You can drop by our stand for a demonstration of Sonocent Audio Notetaker V5 and our mobile companion app, Sonocent Link.
Plus you can book an appointment with our Business Development Manager, Lee Chambers, in the lead up to ATEC. Drop Lee an email to set something up: email@example.com.
3. Link up with us on social media
We’ll be tweeting throughout the event. So why not give us a follow on Twitter?
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