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Notetaking with Glean

Notetaking is an important part of academic success. It allows you to review and retain information from lectures and class discussions. However, for some students with disabilities such as ADHD, dyslexia or physical impairments, taking notes can be a challenge. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) uses a notetaking web and mobile application called Glean to help you achieve your academic and personal goals.

Glean combines your class notes with PowerPoint slides and lecture recordings. It is a visual and interactive form of notetaking. With this tool for online learning, you can independently take notes and record lectures, wherever you are. It's easy to learn, and you no longer have to rely on others for your notes.

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Kim Mezger

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If you have questions about Glean or how to get academic accommodations, Kim Mezger and the rest of the SAS team are here to help.

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