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Volunteer Note-takers Needed

Note-takers needed to help classmates access learning.

The Daily News

Student Accessibility Services is looking for volunteer note-takers who are willing to share their class notes with students who have a documented disability. Volunteering in this way contributes to academic success and makes a difference in the lives of peers.

The position is a one-term commitment; volunteer note-takers share course notes only with students registered with Student Accessibility Services who have been approved for note-taking services by a staff advisor.

In addition to the knowledge that they are helping to remove barriers to other students’ learning, volunteers will receive a letter of reference, acknowledgement on their co-curricular record, and chance to win monthly prize draws.

For more information, visit Student Accessibility Services in room 117, Dillon Hall, or e-mail notetaker@uwindsor.ca.


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