- 1. Faculty Letter
- Student provides instructor with Faculty Letter indicating a “Peer Note-Taker” accommodation.
- Instructor makes an announcement - without identifying the student - in class or by email soliciting a note-taker.
- Once the note-taker has been identified, the instructor introduces the student and the note-taker.
- Student and note-taker work together to determine the best way to get notes to the student. Notes can be scanned and emailed (free at library), photocopied (free at DSP), or written on carbon-copy paper (free at DSP). Other methods may also be suitable.
5. Note-taker Agreement Form
- Student and note-taker must complete a Classroom Note-Taker Agreement and submit this to DSP.
- Note-takers receive a $40 stipend to the DU Bookstore loaded onto their Pioneer ID card within two months of submitting a signed Note-taker Agreement (stipends will not be awarded without a signed agreement).
*This is considered a "scholarship" and is reported to Financial Aid. It is the student note-takers responsibility to check with Financial Aid regarding eligibility for scholarship funds.