Our accommodations administrator can help you with questions about accessing class notes through our Volunteer Note-taking program.
Note-taking is one of the most common academic accommodations given to students registered with Accessibility Services. Volunteer note-taking is not meant to replace students attending class, instead it acts as a complementary service. Notes are used by students registered with our services whose disability affects their ability to take notes.
If you’re wondering how to incorporate volunteer notes from peers with your own notes, read our guide: Using volunteer notes (PDF).
For information about how to register as a volunteer note-taker, visit the Volunteer Note-taking program page.
For questions about accessing class notes through the Volunteer Note-taking program:
Our accommodations administrator is located in the Accessibility Services central office at 455 Spadina Avenue, Suite 400.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-946-5555.