McBurney Center Fairs for Recently Hired Notetakers

These hiring fairs provide a quick way for new notetakers to complete their employment paperwork at the beginning of the semester and ask questions.If you were offered and accepted a specific notetaking assignment and you are NOT currently employed by UW-Madison, you need to RSVP for one of the fairs listed below. (NOTE: UW Foundation,…

Becoming a Notetaker

Notetakers must be a UW-Madison student currently enrolled in the class for which they are requesting a notetaking assignment.  The first part of the process is to let us know that you are interested in being a notetaker and which classes you could provide copies of your notes.  As part of the application you can…

Notetaking Training for Students Receiving Peer Notes

Selecting Your Accommodations (including notetaking) Confirming Your Notetaking Requests Viewing Your Notes Signing Your Notetaking Invoice Selecting Your Accommodations (Including Notetaking) Learn how to select the accommodations you wish to use for each class. Covered …

McBurney Connect

McBurney Connect provides online access for students, instructors, and notetakers to request and manage disability-related student accommodations. Additionally, departments can request and manage departmental interpreting and on-site CART captioning requests. Sign In New Student Application Sign Up as a Notetaker Faculty Login

Notetaking

Peer Notetaking (copies of notes from other students in the class) and Smartpens are two ways that Notetaking accommodations are provided at UW-Madison.  Eligibility will be indicated on the student’s accommodation plan in McBurney Connect. Notetaking accommodations for eligible students are now requested and notes are downloaded through McBurney Connect. All students with notetaking as…