Note taking services is a disability-related accommodation facilitated by the Peer Assisted Learning Support (PALS) office for students registered with Accessible Learning Services (ALS). PALS’ note taking service requires students to audio record their classes and upload those audio recordings to a third party supplier website to receive notes. Students may use a cell phone, tablet, digital recorder, laptop or other device to record a class. Students are advised that the purpose of these recordings is for personal study, only.
To assist Humber and the University of Guelph-Humber Faculty, PALS provides answers to the most commonly asked questions in our Faculty FAQ section.