The Note-Taker: An assistive technology that allows students who are legally blind to take notes in the classroom

@article{Black2010TheNA,
  title={The Note-Taker: An assistive technology that allows students who are legally blind to take notes in the classroom},
  author={John A. Black and David S. Hayden},
  journal={2010 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition - Workshops},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-8}
}
Note-taking is a fundamental learning activity that should be practiced by every serious secondary or post-secondary student. Research has shown that the mental processing that occurs during note-taking helps students consolidate and retain classroom instruction, even if they never study their notes afterward. However, students who are legally blind can have difficulty taking notes in the classroom. Even with a visual aid (such as s monocular) for viewing the front of the room, a fast paced… CONTINUE READING

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