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Scaffold learning with audio note-taking software
Thu 19 January 2017, 11:00 – 12:00 EST
Join this intensive, hands-on demonstration of how audio note-taking software enables students who struggle with written language develop core study skills that will stand them in good stead throughout further education and employment. You’ll learn how the features of award-winning Sonocent software help students better engage with educational content, whether multimedia resources or classroom instruction. Plus you’ll discover how the software makes speech a real, tangible thing by visualising audio as chunks, phrase-by-phrase - enabling students to engage and dig deeper.
How tools that take the focus away from text can break down barriers to learning for many students
How Sonocent transforms listening into an interactive process that aids with retention of new information
How Sonocent breaks up study tasks into smaller, manageable steps, solving the issues that many students struggle with
Presented by Dave Tucker, President, Sonocent LLC.
Dave has delivered talks on the challenges of note taking and the solutions offered by the latest assistive technology at conferences across North America and Europe. He is President of the multi-award-winning educational technology firm Sonocent, who make software which has enabled over 110,000 students with disabilities in Europe and North America to take notes independently, without support from peer notetakers. Dave is a champion of the spoken word and has dedicated his career to helping students and professionals harness its potential to transform the way they work.
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ATIA 2017 Conference
Meeting Room: Boca VII
Caribe Royale Hotel and Convention Center