Note Taking Policy & Procedure

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  • First check with your professors to see if they can accommodate your request.  For example, some professors may post their notes on blackboard or be willing to share copies with you.
  • If you feel comfortable contacting a note taker on your own please make every effort to find one from your class first.
  • There are two options for receiving your notes.  Students may have their note taker make paper copies of their notes using the copy machine in the ASC.  Students are individually responsible for acquiring the copies.  The notes will not be housed in the ASC.
  • Option two is to access them via blackboard.
  • Note takers must upload their notes or copy them by the next class meeting period
  • Please notify the ODS coordinator if you withdraw or drop a class you are receiving notes for.




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Genevieve Kruly
Coordinator of Disability Services
Student Support Center
(in the Academic Support Center)
Huber 101
(716) 566-3088

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