ADCET Webinar: Glean - What’s new so far in 2023 and a huge new update!
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ADCET was delighted to welcome back Glean as they shared their latest features.
The first half of 2023 saw Glean release a significant number of new features and enhancements, further improving the note-taking experience for all of their users. For the benefit of participants new to Glean, this webinar commenced with a brief demonstration of its core features and design principles. The demonstration then built on this, by highlighting some of the more recently released enhancements including audio clean-up, posting text from slides, card groups and importing audio files.
Glean included a demonstration of how to strategically post snippets of the transcription and how to refine your notes further, by adding definitions, images and tasks.
They also introduced Shared Collections, which enables for the seamless provision of peer note-taking support. Plus they explored how this feature reduces the administrative demands that come with managing a peer note-taking service and, more importantly, how it provides a much improved learner experience for note-takers and recipients alike.
The session finished with a demonstration of Gleans biggest and newest feature release since transcription, live captioning!
This webinar is relevant for educators and accessibility advisors working in higher education, VET and senior high school settings. Prior knowledge of Glean is helpful but not essential.
With over 13 years’ experience in the field of assistive technology, Lee Chambers worked as a trainer, training manager and AT provider before joining Glean in 2017. In his current role, Lee provides support and guidance on Glean’s products to needs assessors, disability advisors, and other AT practitioners throughout the UK, Ireland and around the world
Jim Sprialis is an inclusive education and assistive technology consultant and has been a leading influence in the field of inclusion and technology for 30 years. With a specialist knowledge base around accessibility and neurodiversity, he is passionate about promoting inclusive technologies and universal design approaches. Jim works with accessibility advisors and educators across Australia and New Zealand.
ADCET is hosted by the University of Tasmania