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Note Taker Training

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This course is intended for student note takers at the high school or post-secondary level. We do not currently offer CEUs or CRCCs for this course. Note Taker Training is a self-guided training that defines the role of the note taker and provides note taking strategies that enable student note takers to provide accurate, comprehensive classroom notes for deaf students. The training can be completed in multiple sessions or all at once. When students are confident they have learned the material, an online quiz evaluates their note taking knowledge. A passing score will earn a certificate of completion, which the student can print.
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