(A5) Get the Most from Classes and Meetings – A New way of Notetaking (30 minutes)
Presenter: Laurie Osbaldeston, MacEwan University
Abstract: Many students require note taking support in class. For students who are auditory learners, turning audio (the teacher talking) into text (notes on paper) transforms information from a format that is readily absorbed into something difficult to learn.
Audio Notetaker is an innovative software that enables the user to navigate, edit, and organize audio without changing it to text. Learn how teachers, educational assistants and students are using this cutting-edge software to support auditory learning.
Audience: Student Services Staff, Faculty and Tutors, Course and Instructional Designers
Biography: Laurie Osbaldeston is a Senior Assistive Technology Specialist at Grant MacEwan University. She has worked in the field of assistive technology for over 15 years and continues to be excited by new technology and the innovation and creativity behind it.
Updated December 16, 2015 by Student & Academic Services