In this session with Sara Henry, Director of Disability Support Services at the University of Maine, you’ll hear how a world-class university created learning independence for students with disabilities by implementing Sonocent. Sara will explain how she went about integrating the software into the university’s support toolkit. Plus, she will share details of the training she put in place to ensure students were able to use Sonocent effectively for note taking and other core study skills.
How to get students excited about Sonocent
Advice on utilizing ready-made Sonocent training resources
Presented by Sara Henry, Director of Disability Services, University of Maine
Sara has been the Director of Disability Services at the University of Maine for 18 months, prior to which she was the Assistant Director of Disability Services for over three years. With over 23 years experience in the education sector, Sara has worked previously as a Learning Specialist, Coordinator of Student Services and Onward Counselor.
Sara has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Teaching, and a Master’s Degree in Reading and Language Disability. She is a former Vice President and Co-Conference Chair for the New England Educational Opportunity Association.