NOTETAKING FAQ - STUDENTS
For Notetaking Recipients
In order to get paid for notetaking services, notetakers must upload their notes within 24-48 hours after each class to the AIM online portal. They should not individually provide you with notes outside of the database, as more than one student may be eligible for the notetaking accommodation within your course section.
If you believe that your notes are not being uploaded in a timely manner or providing appropriate information, please email your coordinator. Your coordinator will determine whether a replacement notetaker is necessary or if your current notetaker needs assistance with troubleshooting. DRC coordinators will not know if you are experiencing issues unless you contact them.
If you have a specific notetaker in mind, please encourage them to apply as soon as possible for the notetaking position, as notetakers are selected on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you believe this person to be a highly qualified notetaker, please make your professor aware of this as well before the end of the drop/add period.
Log into AIM (https://teton.accessiblelearning.com/UGA) and click “Notetaking Services” on the left-hand sidebar. Any notes that have been uploaded will be available to download and to print. If you run into issues with AIM or downloading notes, please reach out to your DRC coordinator.
If you decide that a notetaker is not necessary, or if you drop the course, please contact your coordinator as soon as possible so that we may inform your notetaker.
Your DRC coordinator will be able to help you determine whether a notetaker may be necessary in your course. Typically, students choose not to use notetaking in lab-based courses, field/practicum courses, and online classes that do not have a lecture component.