Case Study: Providing university students with an accessible method of working with recordings

Laurie Osbaldeston is a Senior Assistive Technology Specialist at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Canada. For the past 14 years Laurie has worked with students with disabilities to ensure that they receive the support that they need at university. In 2012, she came across Sonocent Audio Notetaker, multisensory software which enables students to record lectures and seminars, annotate their recording as they listen, and revisit those recordings to create meaningful, comprehensive notes. After attending a demonstration of the software, she decided to trial it with a select group of students.

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