Sonocent For DSA

Our award winning assistive technology is one of the most highly recommended software for students in receipt of the Disabled Students Allowance. It helps students to break down the process of taking notes into manageable steps, enabling them to focus on listening and understanding in class, rather than being distracted by the process of writing.

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Our Latest CPD Webinars for Practitioners Supporting DSA students

Over three sessions, explore how students with specific learning difficulties can be given the best chance to succeed in their studies by combining Sonocent with a proven set of study skill strategies. CPD certificate is provided for each webinar.

The UK and ROI Education Team

Email: lee.chambers@sonocent.com

Phone: +44 (0) 113 815 0222

Lee Chambers

Helena Harrison

Email: helena.harrison@sonocent.com

Phone: +44 (0) 113 815 0222

A winning solution for helping DSA students make better notes

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Part II:  Techniques for analysing and synthesising information from digital content

Using Sonocent to analyse and synthesise  information from digital content such as lecture capture recordings, podcasts, Ted Talks and PDFs.

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Duration: 45 minutes

11th December 2019, 12:004th March 2020, 11:002nd April 2020, 14:00

Using Sonocent for effective note taking in lectures and seminars.

Part I: Note taking strategies for lectures and seminars

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Limited spaces available

Duration: 45 minutes

10th December 2019, 12:003rd March 2020, 11:001st April 2020, 14:00

Part III: Methodologies for revision, essay composition and presentation practice

Using Sonocent for revision (Cornell and audio summary methodologies), essay composition and presentation practice.

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Limited spaces available

Duration: 45 minutes

12th December 2019, 12:005th March 2020, 11:003rd April 2020, 14:00