Note-taking services are available for students with disabilities such as hearing impairments, visual impairments, or cognitive disabilities. If you believe note-taking services would be helpful, please discuss this option with a staff member.
Instructors will work with you to ensure you have access to lecture notes. Typically, instructors will provide the notes in one of the following ways:
- Notes via K-State Online
- Copies of PowerPoint presentations either in electronic or print format
- Copies of instructor’s personal notes
- Arrange for a volunteer note-taker. The note-taker will be a student who is already enrolled in the class. The following procedure is followed when a volunteer note-taker is utilized:
- Our office provides instructor with information on how to find a volunteer note-taker.
- The instructor will provide the note-taker with student's contact information.
- It is up to the student and the note-taker to make arrangements to receive notes. This could be after class or the notes can be e-mailed.
- We will allow the note-taker to make free copies of notes in our office.
You should notify us immediately if there are concerns or issues in receiving notes in a timely fashion.