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Note Taking Assistance

Students with disabilities, whose barriers include hearing loss or deafness, coordination or motor limitations, or some types of psychological or learning disabilities, may qualify for note taking assistance. To find out if you qualify for a note taker, talk to your Disability Resources specialist.

These steps must be taken before a peer note taker is assigned.

  1. Submit a fully complete Request for Notetaking Assistance form and get it approved by your disability specialist.
  2. Complete the on-line or paper-based Training Module.
  3. Complete and submit your note taking quiz to Mary Kaye.

Students must attend classes in order to get notes, except in very rare situations when an absence has been previously approved by the Disability Resources specialist.

Online Training Module

Completing the following Training Module and short quiz on the information is required before a note taker will be placed in a classroom.

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