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Monday, June 20 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
iPads for Learning Differences: Notetaking & Organization

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Whether taking notes in class or gathering web research, students with learning differences often struggle with effectively capturing and organizing information from a variety of sources. This hands-on, beginner-level session will focus on two apps that address these challenges.  With Notability, students can handwrite or type notes, sketch, take pictures, annotate PDFs, and record audio that automatically links to the notes. Evernote is an online “digital filing cabinet” to help students both capture and organize many types of information from a wide variety of sources.

Prior to the session, participants will need to purchase and install Notability, and also sign up for a free Evernote account and download the Evernote app.

*This is one of a four-session series that will cover a wide range of iPad features, apps, and associated strategies to assist students who learn differently.  Attend only one session or the entire track. We strongly recommend that participants download and install certain apps in advance (most are free) and have iPads running iOS 8.x or 9.x.

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avatar for Shelley Haven, ATP, RET

Shelley Haven, ATP, RET

Assistive Technology Consultant, Technology to Unlock Potential
Shelley Haven is a certified Assistive Technology Professional who specializes in matching students with technology appropriate to their needs. Her consulting business, Technology to Unlock Potential, serves families, educators, and schools throughout the Bay Area with a focus on learning differences, ADHD, and executive functioning. Shelley previously directed assistive technology for Stanford University’s Office of Accessible Education... Read More →


Monday June 20, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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