Get the most out of your smartphone and/or tablet!
Welcome to Notability: powerful, yet wonderfully simple note-taking and annotation. Students, teachers and business professionals use Notability daily to take notes, sketch ideas, annotate PDFs, mark-up photos, record lectures, provide audio feedback and more. It is uniquely designed for each device to provide the best note taking experience at school, at home, and at work. And with iCloud, your notes are always up to date.
By synchronizing notes and audio, AudioNote automatically indexes your meetings, lectures, interviews or study sessions. Need to review the discussion about deliverables on your next project? Trying to remember what the professor had to say about a key point? With AudioNote there is no need to waste time searching through the entire recording to find out. Each note acts as a link directly to the point at which it was recorded, taking you instantly to what you want to hear.
myHomework Student Planner
myHomework Student Planner
Keeping track of assignments has never been better! The myHomework student agenda is today's student’s favorite way to focus and reduce anxiety. With this school tracker, the information normally hidden in the academic planner is now available everywhere. Using myHomework as a school organizer makes keeping track of assignments to do easier than ever.
Co:Writer® is a writing tool that aids with phonetic/inventive spelling, grammar, and topic-related vocabulary. As letters are typed, Co:Writer predicts the intended word with a selection of word suggestions using powerful grammar-smart word prediction. These suggestions can be read aloud with a swipe. Selecting the intended word places it into the document. For feedback while writing (and after writing), built-in text to speech can be used to read letters, words, sentences, and the entire document.
MyScript is a handwriting recognition engine that specializes in text, math, shapes or music.
Evernote a free app designed for note taking, organizing and archiving. It allows users to create a “note” which can be a piece of formatted text, a photograph, a voice memo or handwritten notes. Notes can be saved into a notebook but can also have file attachments. Within the notebooks, notes can be tagged, annotated, edited and commented on.
Connecticut College Student Accessibility Services Box 5264 270 Mohegan Ave New London, CT 06320
Charles E. Shain Library, second floor, Rooms 236 and 237 (inside the Academic Resource Center). Accessible parking is available behind Blaustein Humanities Center; there is an elevator to all levels and automatic door openers are located at the front entrance to the library and the entrance to Blue Camel Cafe.