Sonocent's Audio Notetaker at Middle Tennessee State University
IMPORTANT: Audio Notetaker is changing!
In late October 2022, we will begin offering Sonocent's newest product, Glean. In addition to Audio Notetaker's features, Glean additionally offers tools such as auto-transcription. What to do now:
What is Sonocent's Audio Notetaker?
Sonocent's Audio Notetaker is a comprehensive notetaking software that offers a plethora of helpful features. Beyond allowing you to capture and record audio notes, Sonocent offers additional features, such as: capturing audio, text and slides in a single note-taking workspace, and allowing users to organize and categorize note sets so you can easily return to them.
Interested in Sonocent's Audio Notetaker?
MTSU's Disability & Access Center (DAC) and Adaptive Technology Center (ATC) are proud to offer this tool for free to eligible students. Eligible students are defined as students registered with the DAC whom are approved of notetaking accommodations. If you meet this criteria and would like to use Sonocent, here's how we can get you started:
- Send us an e-mail and let us know you are interested in using Sonocent.
- We will then verify your accommodations as appropriate for the use of Sonocent.
- Once verified, we will open up a license for you to use Sonocent and send you an invite.
- You will receive an e-mail directly from Sonocent which contains instructions on how
to setup the software for your particular technology, as well as videos and information
about using the program and its features. Here is a preview of the initial introduction
e-mail you will receive:
- You will receive an e-mail directly from Sonocent which contains instructions on how to setup the software for your particular technology, as well as videos and information about using the program and its features. Here is a preview of the initial introduction e-mail you will receive:
Training and Features of Sonocent's Audio Notetaker
Before getting started using Sonocent, we highly recommend you check out the short video below, which explains how the software works and some of the key features:
For those interested in more detailed training, a variety of short videos focusing on specific Sonocent skills (e..g, capturing audio, annotating, and reviewing materials) are available on Sonocent's YouTube channel. You may quickly access those videos here: Sonocent - YouTube.