Note-taker Training Disability Resource Center (DRC) Dean of Students Office University of Florida Move cursor over this area to navigate slideshow or use keyboard - page up & page down keys Why & when are notetaking services necessary? Laws Students Eligible for Services
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Dean of Students Office
University of Florida
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speaks more slowly
gives a definition
lists a number of points/steps
explains why or how things happen
describes a sequence
refers to information as a test item
changes tone of voice
uses body language
uses visual aids
refers to specific text pages
Instructor’s Cues (Signals)Instructor’s will often provide cues (signals) during their lecture. These cues will be a signal to you of important information and key points that will most likely show up on a test. Examples:
“Notetaker Training Completed _____________________”
(first & last name)
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