University offers "smartpen" device for note-taking support

10/30/2012 | GantDaily.com (Clearfield, Pa.)

Pennsylvania State University's Office for Disability Services is loaning "smartpen" devices to students with disabilities as part of a pilot program. The LiveScribe smartpen device uses special paper and digitizes students' notes, as well as the audio of a lesson, which can then be uploaded to students' computers.

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