A student’s memo will indicate the type of accessibility measure needed.
Students may use a variety of devices such as a laptop, iPad, smart pen, or other recording device to record the lecture using AES-approved software.
It is legal for a student to record lectures as an alternate way of taking notes using AES-approved software. The student may not share the recordings with other students. Sharing recordings would result in removal of this accessibility measure. Students are responsible to cite direct quotes from the recordings in papers. would be considered plagiarism and subject to referral to the Office of Student Conduct. If you have concerns about having your lectures recorded, contact AES. At your request, the student can sign a privacy agreement with you.
Copies of notes
A student’s memo may indicate that the student needs to get copies of notes. If you provide comprehensive class notes or PowerPoint slides to all students in a course, you already are meeting the needs of that student. However, if you are not able to provide the student with complete study notes, you should help the student get copies of a classmate’s notes.
If you post notes to Canvas, please clarify for the student whether these are complete study notes. If the information you post to Canvas is not complete, it is your responsibility to assist the student in finding a note taker while maintaining their privacy.