Madison, WI (PRWEB) July 23, 2013 -- Sonocent, Ltd (Leeds, UK) introduces Audio Notetaker, an assistive technology learning software solution, to the K12 and higher education markets in the United States. Audio Notetaker enhances current audio recording, note-taking, and visual learning tools already used in K12 through post-secondary education environments.
Audio Notetaker enables students and professionals with specific learning disabilities, including dyslexia and ADD/ADHD, to more effectively process information. With Audio Notetaker, a student can efficiently integrate, organize, and prioritize this information; an especially important benefit for information intensive curriculum. The tool empowers students who may have previously relied on the help of others to take control of their own learning and academic success.
Sonocent, Ltd. has partnered with The Douglas Stewart Company, an education distributor based in Madison, Wisconsin, to market and distribute Audio Notetaker in the United States.
Dave Tucker, Director for Sonocent, Ltd., said: "The Sonocent team is very excited to bring Audio Notetaker to the United States and to be working with The Douglas Stewart Company. Audio Notetaker has benefited the lives of tens of thousands of students here in the UK, and we are looking forward to being able to aid students in the U.S. too."
Matthew Gotto, U.S. Market Development Manager for The Douglas Stewart Company, said, "Due to the sheer amount of information we are presented with today as continual learners, we need tools and solutions that aid effective learning. Not only is Audio Notetaker a tool for facilitating improved independent study, I see it as a conduit for improving student confidence and independence as part of a holistic approach to life-long learning."
For more information on Audio Notetaker, please visit http://www.sonocent.com.
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 was 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.
The Douglas Stewart Company, a leading distributor specializing in education software, technology, and supplies, links more than 270 manufacturers with over 3,000 academic resellers in the United States and Canada. Its subsidiary, Douglas Stewart EDU, provides similar services to 36 countries in Europe. Based in Madison, Wisconsin, and founded in 1950, The Douglas Stewart Company is a privately held, woman-owned business.
Matthew Gotto, Sonocent USA, http://www.sonocent-usa.com, 608.609.5356, [email protected]