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University of Portsmouth Examines How Note-taking Software Improved Students’ Study Skills
In this session, hear from Martyn Stahl (Specialist Assistive Technology Tutor) on how students — including those without DSA support — used educational technology to engage with intensive course content, structure essays and practice presentations according to their learning style.

Martyn will also reflect on how Sonocent’s Loan Licensing allowed the University of Portsmouth to support a wider spectrum of students seeking Lecture Capture with a cost-effective solution.

The session will include a demonstration of how your students can use note-taking technology to capture and annotate audio in class, then revisit the material at their own pace to create richly detailed notes independently.

If you are interested in learning more about how Sonocent could work for your institution you will have the opportunity to ask questions to Amer Latif, Head of Sales at Sonocent or to request a call at a later date.

Feb 20, 2018 1:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Martyn Stahl
Specialist Assistive Technology Tutor @University of Portsmouth
An Assistive Technology tutor for 20 years, I became interested in AT when supporting a neighbour’s dyslexic son. I lead the University of Portsmouth’s student training, oversee networked AT provision and run staff accessibility training on topics such as creating accessible documents and supporting students with ATs. I also run inclusive mind mapping workshops for all students.
Amer Latif
Head of Sales @Sonocent
Sonocent develops award-winning, audio-centric software for note-taking and study skills. Amer has been instrumental in rolling Sonocent out at over 300 US and a number of UK universities. He is passionate about Sonocent’s mission to help students harness the power of spoken communication and has spoken on this topic at several major AT conferences.