Notetalker is a relatively new note-taking solution, having first appeared on the market in 2015. It is part of Conversor Products Limited, who have years of experience in providing assistive hearing products to students. Their experience in the DSA, as well as their close relationship with assessors working with students, meant they understood the challenges faced by many students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLDs) when making or understanding notes so they created a solution.
They have recently been joined by Graham Coath, an experienced needs assessor and assistive technology trainer, who came to them from a business development role at a national training company.
“With the product portfolio we now have, we are ideally positioned to help educational institutions of all sizes find an effective note-taking solution for all their students,” said Graham. “Our note-taking phone app and desktop note editing package make it easy for students to capture and organise their notes effectively. We can provide support to teachers and lecturers with our simple-to-use classroom or lecture capture solution, which will enable students to download and then edit core notes from sessions via a virtual learning environment. We have a note-taking service which can help control costs where students need more hands-on help with creating structured notes”.
If you are looking for a way of helping your students create notes that ‘talk’ to them, and help them achieve their potential, please take the time to visit Notetalker, stand G83 at Bett 2017. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 01483 473810 for more information.