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  • Ideal for: Recording lectures, meetings (for later transcription) Recording own instructions or ideas for later retrieval Capturing information whilst away from work station Transcribing your voice automatically to text (via Dragon) to improve efficiency LP 522 h     SP 262 h     HQ 133 h     STSP 133 h     STHQ 66 h 30 min     XHQ 33 h     320 kbps 13 h 30 min     256 kbps 17 h     128 kbps 34 h
  • Ideal for: Recording lectures, meetings (for later transcription) Recording own instructions or ideas for later retrieval Capturing information whilst away from work station Transcribing your voice automatically to text (via Dragon) to improve efficiency LP 522 h     SP 262 h     HQ 133 h     STSP 133 h     STHQ 66 h 30 min     XHQ 33 h     320 kbps 13 h 30 min     256 kbps 17 h     128 kbps 34 h
  • 30/04/2012 iansyst Ltd 01223 420101 Assistive Technology to support study
  • Live Notetaking – record directly on to your laptop via Audio Notetaker. Add keywords, highlight key points using colour markers and annotation tools or break up their notes into sections in real time. This can be done using the in-built microphone on your laptop or via an external microphone. Although for recording at a distance a digital recorder is recommended to filter out surrounding noise. Image pane – display PowerPoint slides and images alongside your audio recordings Audio and notes file manager – manage recording from your digital recorder through to reviewing your notes using the improved file management tools. Use the metadata and search tools to organise and locate the information you are after. Full-screen mode – review your recordings and notes in the Full screen mode. Export Tools – Audio Notetaker's powerful "Save to Album" feature has been enhanced to incorporate images so that students listening to their edited recordings on portable devices, such as an iPod or MP3 player, can view the related images or slides. Integrated file format saves your audio with your images and text making it easier to share your files with friends and colleagues. New Features for v2.3 include: PDF slide import – This enables slides from any source to be imported, as it is easy to print from any program to PDF. Direct export to iTunes – You can export your Audio Notetaker document directly into iTunes without having to go via "Export as Album". Transcription Mode playback – With this option set, Audio Notetaker will playback one segment at a time, giving you time to type (or with Dragon, speak) the transcription. Help file includes videos of the topics covered by the inbuilt tutorial.
  • New UI, including improved support (over v2) for high contrast colour schemes and high density displays Second notes pane Output recording Screen capture (stills) Text extraction from slides Extra text editing commands (superscript/subscript, bulleted/numbered lists etc.) Reorder by section colour Playback controls in full screen mode
  • 09/11/12 Directly import PowerPoint slides Directly import PDF files Move text input area option Export created Audio Notebook files as RTF, including images and text Print preview of RTF
  • Record a class, interview, meeting or even your own notes, either directly into Audio Notetaker or using a separate digital recorder. Audio Notetaker can also be used other audio recordings such as podcasts. Import your recording or audio file into Audio Notetaker. Navigate through your recording using simple keyboard commands or by simply moving though the audio pane with the mouse. You can personalise Audio Notetaker to suit your preferences - alter the font, or colour options. Edit your recording by breaking it down into smaller sections, or use simple cut, copy and paste commands. Navigate through by arrow keys or using your mouse. You can even speed your recording up or slow it down to help with comprehension. Annotate your recording using colour highlighters or markers. Build up your notes and add images - add PowerPoint slides, images of PDF files or content from the internet. New live recording mode enables you to make these annotations in real time while Audio Notetaker records. Export your notes to a word processor or mind-mapping tool. Alternatively, export your edited recording broken down into manageable tracks to listen to on an MP3 player or CD. Organise your recordings and notes using the dedicated Audio Notetaker File Manager. Use tags and the search tool to quickly locate the information when you need it.

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  • Note taking solutionsAudio Notetaker vs. Audio NoteBook and Livescribe Pen Jackie Harber Assistive Technology Specialist
  • Contents• Aim of presentation• Common note taking difficulties• Overview of products available
  • Workshop Aim ........to provide you with a comparison oftwo note taking solutions for students whostruggle to make effective notes duringlessons.
  • Common note taking difficulties• Keeping up with speaker• Missing key information• Making mistakes/poor handwriting• Note-taking and listening simultaneously• Decoding notes afterwards• Typing up notes afterwards• Mislaying notes
  • Olympus Digital Recorders Key Features: •Capture high quality recordings & HD video (LS-20M) •Large Capacity (250 + hours) •Micro SD slot to increase capacity •Folders to organise recordings •Index feature (16 per recording) •Upload to a computer (Sonority)
  • Olympus Digital Recorders Key Benefits: •No need to make any notes during lecture •Easy to use & access recordings •Organise recordings into named folders •Bookmark key points (index feature) •Review recordings at own pace •Can be used in conjunction with Audio Notetaker (PC) or Olympus Audio Notebooks (PC or Mac)
  • Livescribe PenKey Benefits:•all types of note taker,minimal or detailed•Write key points and recordeverything else•Draw diagrams•Upload notes to PC/Mac•Searchable notes•Convert handwriting to text (withoptional MyScript software)
  • LiveScribe PenLiveScribe:• Note taking• Organisation
  • Audio Notetaker Add lecture Create notes Highlight details Sections Use section breaks (from indexAdd images & marks or added afterwards)PowerPointslides
  • Audio Notetaker version 3
  • Audio Notetaker v3o Second notes paneo Output recordingo Screen capture (stills)o Text extraction from slideso Reorder by section colouro Playback controls in full screen mode
  • Olympus Audio Notebook Audio Section segments Breaks Insert images Create Notes
  • Audio Notetaker / Audio NotebookKey Features: Benefits:•Import audio from Digital •Easy & intuitive to useRecorders •Breaks down the task of•File manager / folders reviewing recordings and•Live Recording making notes•Import PowerPoint slides •Easy to manage, search &/images/PDF export notes & recordings•Full-screen mode •Keep everything in one place•Direct export Audio to iTunes*•Free Viewer•PC & Mac compatible
  • Thank you........Questions?Feedback?