- Register with the Access Center to receive services.
- Meet with Access Advisor to discuss notetaking needs.
- Decide, with an Access Advisor, what method of notetaking support is best:
- Receive notes from a classmate (arranged by student).
- Receive instructor materials presented in class (powerpoints, handouts, instructor notes, if available). This method requires a discussion with instructor re: transmission.
- Audio recorder
- Transcription services (arranged by Access Center)
- SmartPen (arranged by Access Center)
- Notetaker (arranged by Access Center)
- Read, understand and sign Course Content and Materials Usage Agreement forms. These will be available through MyAccess.
- Watch for email indicating that a notetaker has been found and will begin uploading notes.
- If no notetaker is found within the first 2 weeks of the request, the student will receive an email requesting assistance with finding a notetaker.
- Attend class to receive notes.
- Contact Notetaking Coordinator or Access Advisor immediately when issues arise with notetaking accommodations.
- Examples: if instructor does not read notetaker request announcement within one week; no communication from Notetaking Coordinator within a week after instructor announcement; no notes within 24 hours.
NOTE: Student will be held responsible under the Academic Integrity Policies outlined on the Washington State University Dean of Students website http://academicintegrity.wsu.edu/ if agreement is breached.