Disability support in education.
Our software makes educational content accessible - from lecture material to online learning resources.
From diagrams on the whiteboard to classroom instruction and online videos - there is certainly no shortage of educational content for students to tap into these days.
But for students with certain disabilities much of this information is delivered in formats that simply aren't accessible.
That's why we created Sonocent Audio Notetaker - software that enables almost any student to capture, engage with and develop a wide array of educational content.
Our scientifically-validated approach to note taking scaffolds the note taking process so that almost anyone can do it. No need for human note takers.READ MORE
Training in the software includes proven strategies for effective revision, essay composition, ideas generation, presentation practice and other core study skills.READ MORE
Each update of our software is informed by discussions with trainers, study skills experts, educators, academics and information architects.
91% of our users would recommend our software to a friend or coursemate, and we have hundreds of quotes from students testifying to the fact that it has profoundly affected their experience of higher education.
Our software has helped over 100,000 students with disabilities at schools, colleges and universities.
That includes students with:
• ADHD and ADD
• Physical impairmentsDownload a case study
The majority of our student users have disabilities which affect their ability to take notes.
And 88%* of those students who use the software regularly say they can now now take notes independently.
This compares to just 43% who could do so prior to using the software!
When asked why they use Audio Notetaker, 52% of students say it reduces their stress and anxiety when studying.
Many of these students will have previously tried (and failed) to scribble down notes in class.
But now they can listen, secure in the knowledge that everything is being captured for review.PDF: SURVEY ON THE STUDY HABITS AND PERCEPTIONS OF OUR STUDENT USERS
Students with certain disabilities have poor working memory or difficulties concentrating.
But with Audio Notetaker they can stay organized by capturing everything, highlighting information to review, and saving for easy retrieval.
It works! 91% of students say their notes are well organized and easy to ﬁnd with Audio Notetaker.Video: how to use the software's file manager
Not every student is comfortable with being seen using assistive technology.
So we have created a companion app, which students can use without standing out from the crowd.
With the app, students can:
• Highlight the audio that they will want to revisit
• Add images and text alongside their audio
• Share their file with our Audio Notetaker software by Wi-FiRead more
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