Madison, WI (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Sonocent, Ltd (Leeds, UK) announces the publication of Sonocent Audio Notetaker: A Revolutionary New Approach for Notetaking, a white paper researched and written by Scott Ritter, MS. The white paper highlights the current challenges with taking notes in today’s education setting and how Audio Notetaker is a solution that can help students improve lecture comprehension, reduce anxiety in taking effective notes, and allow schools to accommodate students of all learning differences in a cost-effective manner.
The white paper highlights include:
To view a copy of the white paper, visit: http://downloads.audionotetaker.com/whitepapers/ANewApproachToNoteTaking.pdf.
Audio Notetaker enables students and professionals with learning differences, ADD / ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, autism, Irlen syndrome, low vision and more to more effectively process and learn information. Audio Notetaker is a study tool that takes an innovative approach to working with information; an approach that utilizes the power of audio recordings for note taking. It combines audio, color highlighting, text, images and presentation slides all into a single, comprehensive workspace. The result: students recall more information, take better notes, and achieve goals through independent study.
For more information on Audio Notetaker, please visit: http://www.sonocent.com/en-us/at.
Scott Ritter earned his MS in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in 2003. His work experience includes being a Disability Resource Specialist for 10 years at a large technical college in the Midwest, where his duties included case management as well as coordination of note-taking and alternative media accommodation services. He currently works as the Associate Director of Disability Services at a 4-year university in the Midwest. Scott is also a private AT consultant and presents on Assistive Technology and Self-Advocacy at local and national conferences.
Sonocent, Ltd. started out with a vision to help dyslexic students by offering a completely different approach to note-taking; one which didn't rely on using words at all. Sonocent's Audio Notetaker v1.1 launched in June 2007, and the Sonocent team soon realized they had conceived a solution that could be used by both learners and professionals of all ages.