Educational Technology

October 27, 2015

CMU Rolls Out Technologies to Help Students With Disabilities Take Notes

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

By Adora Namigadde, 9 and 10 News

Central Michigan University is helping its students with disabilities be more independent with some new technology. The new programs are available for students with disabilities who register for them at CMU’s Mount Pleasant campus. In the past, Central Michigan University has hired personal note-takers to help students who can’t take notes on their own. This semester, they’re turning to technologies that can help. Programs like Kurzweil and Sonacent’s Audio Notetaker are all helping students navigate the classroom more independently. The digital note-taking programs let students record lectures, have books read aloud and even allow different accents and translating.
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