Accessibility Services Note-taking Announcement
The volunteer notetaking program is one of the most commonly required accommodations provided to students registered with Accessibility Services. Here at the University of Toronto, the accessibility office is seeking dependable volunteer note-takers to assist students living with a disability to achieve academic success.
Volunteers report that by giving back to the U of T community, their class attendance and note taking skills improve.
In order to become a volunteer note taker, all you have to do is attend classes regularly & submit your notes consistently. Volunteers can receive co-curricular credit(s) and/or a certificate of appreciation.
To become a volunteer note taker, please follow these 4 steps:
- Register Online as a Volunteer Note-Taker at: https://clockwork.studentlife.utoronto.ca/custom/misc/home.aspx
- Click on Volunteer Note takers, and sign in using your UTORid
- Select the course(s) you wish to take notes for and begin by uploading a sample of your notes
- You will get an email notifying you if a student has selected your notes. Please upload the notes 24-48 hours following each class.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-978-6186 if you have questions or require any assistance with uploading notes. If you are no longer able to upload notes for a course, please also do let us know immediately.
For more information about the Accessibility Services Peer Notetaking program, please click HERE.
Our office is open Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm and Tuesdays 9:00 AM-6:00 PM.