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Much is available in the context of disability related accommodations
for college students. The use of Note Takers is beneficial for students
with Attention Deficit Disorders, Learning Disorders, and several other
disabilities. Same goes for position in class--particularly for students
with Attention Deficit Disorders, Cognitive Disorders, visual
impairments, and others. Your in-house Disabled Students program can
probably give you anecdotal information--nothing confidential, mind
you--but at least relevant to the student population at Boston
University. Good luck:) 

Kathryn Mulholland, PhD, CRC, CDMS, NCC
Disability Services Advisor
Dominican University of California
50 Acacia Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901
p: 415.257.0187; f: 415.257.0177
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www.dominican.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Reggie Jean
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 12:16 PM
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Subject: benefits of notetaking or sitting position

Colleagues,
 
Anyone posses any stats, info, anecdotes about the benefits of
notetaking/reviewing or sitting position in the classroom?
 
I appreciate anything you can share.
 
Reggie Jean
Boston University Upward Bound
www.bu.edu/ub 
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(617) 353-3551
(617) 353-2395 (fax)
 

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