Note Taking & Accessible Document Formats

Otter Voice helps you capture, interact with, and organize notes from your lectures so you can stay focused, save time, and work more effectively. Using artificial intelligence (AI), Otter Voice records audio and generates “smart notes” – accurate, machine-generated text that is synchronized with audio and enriched with summary keywords, highlights, and image captures.

SensusAccess is a self-service solution intended for students, faculty, staff, alumni and others with a need to convert material into alternate preferred formats. You can convert most popular document types into other formats including mp3, ePUB, Word, and accessible PDF files. SensusAccess conversions can be requested while on-campus, off-campus, when visiting a foreign university, during the weekend, in the middle of the night, or whenever else the need arises.

The remaining time will be open for discussion on current tech barriers and possible solutions.

Join us in this virtual workshop to get a brief overview of Otter Voice recorded audio and transcription that also aids in note taking strategies as well as a demonstration of how to use the SensusAccess conversion technology available to you.

Please RSVP to Note Taking & Accessible Document Formats Workshop to receive a Zoom Webinar invitation.

Tech Tuesdays are a series of learning events, hosted by SDRC's Accessible Technology Specialist, Will Pines, focused on technology for engagement. These 1-hour events are designed to bring awareness to students, staff, and faculty about access using technology you probably already have and learning about other resources available to you. We allow time for Questions Answers on a variety of technologies. Brush up or discover new skills and ideas for taking your tech to the next level!

Please visit https://sdrc.ucr.edu/events to get updated information about future topics.

Have an idea for a Tech Tuesday event? Email sdrc-at@ucr.edu with details.

Tuesday, June 22 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Virtual Event