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  • Web link

    Guidelines for a Test Reader

    This link gives tips/instructions for a student worker or disability support person to read an exam to a student with disability.

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    Notetaking For Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Student: DVD

    This 9 minute DVD provides an introduction to some of the issues of which notetakers need to be aware, and offers tips on writing effective notes. Notetakers are an essential part of access support for deaf and hard of hearing students in the classroom. However, there is more to notetaking than just "taking notes", and the difference between good and bad notetaking can critically impact on the educational outcomes for the student.

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    Notetaking: a training workshop

    This article provides an overview of a training course that could be run for note takers, to assist them in learning skills that would be required. Progress Through Partnerships 2001 New Zealand conference. Gill Fowler, Marion Wood.

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    Online introductory course for notetakers

    deafConntectEd offers two online modules that are now available for people interested in or already working as notetakers. These modules were designed to fill the current gap in development opportunities for this vital student support servics.  They are also working with Melbourne Polytechnic to develop an accredited course for notetakers in 2016.