Sonocent Audio Notetaker Pilot

The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) will be piloting a new software, Sonocent Audio Notetaker, that is designed to help students improve their notetaking/studying abilities. This software has some great features that could benefit you inside and outside of the classroom.

  • Link your PowerPoint slides with recordings to help break down lectures
  • Color code important audio clips for a more efficient review process
  • Extract important slides and important recordings for more effective exam preparation

What is Audio Notetaker?

 

 

Are You Interested In Being Apart Of This Pilot?

If you decide you are interested you will be required to follow up with a member of the CSD, whether that be a Beyond Access Strategy Instructor or a CSDTech Graduate Assistant, multiple times through out the semester. Follow-up sessions will include more in-depth training of the software, more training on strategies to help enhance the your experience with audio notetaker, as well as discussions about the benefits and drawbacks of the software.

 

Audio Notetaker Resources:

  1. Audio Notetaker Youtube Channel
    • This YouTube channel includes multiple videos on Audio Notetaker.
  2. Step by Step Training Powerpoint
    • This PowerPoint demonstrates step by step instructions on some of the features that Sonocent Audio Notetaker offers.
  3. Frequently Asked Questions About Implenting Soncent Software
    • This document displays frequently asked questions by colleges that are considering using Sonocent software.

More Questions?

If you want to learn more about Sonocent Audio Notetaker or if you are interested in partaking in the pilot, feel free to contact the CSDTech Graduate Assistant, Ryan Rood, at csdtech@uconn.edu or call at 860-486-2020.