Recording & Notetaking Technology

  • Otter -Cloud based recording with automatic transcription ( Mobile, PC, Cloud-based) – Reduced rate for Education (Discount rate for students, free 600 minute access per month trial with email account)
  • Notability – Notetaking app for IOS devices. ($11.99 per year, 14 day free trial)
  • OneNote – Microsoft’s free notetaking tool available with students Office 365 account
  • Mic Note – Free recording app for Windows, Mac, Chrome, and Linux
  • Glean – Cloud based notetaking app that includes import of slide deck, recording, and auto-transcription. ($12.99 per mo)
  • Livescribe Echo (Discontinued product but DRO still has working pens available for loan)

The slides for the webinar have additional information on the products. Other recording resources:

Note: The Disability Resource Office has a limited number of digital recording hardware (Sony digital recorder, Livescribe Echo Pen) for short-term (semester) loans to evaluate effectivness as a personal device.

Livescribe pens, notebooks, ink, and recording headsets are available for purchase from the Wolfpack Outfitters technology department.

If you would like a one-on-one consultation on technology to facilitate your accommodation of recording lectures or notetaking assistance, you can make an appointment with the Assistive Technology Coordinator by calling the DRO at 919-515-7653

“The Intersection of Race and Disability”

he Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the ADA National Network invites you to register for the upcoming ADA Audio Conference Webinar titled “The Intersection of Race and Disability“, featuring Timotheus “T.J.” Gordon, Jr, Research

Power Forward: Construction Starts Across Campus

Phase I of construction for Power Forward, the university’s multiyear, multiphase project to upgrade the electrical distribution system on Central Campus and North Campus will begin on Dec. 15 on Sullivan Drive with road closures indicated in the attached map.