Typically, when a student qualifies for a note taking accommodation, D.S.S. will address it in one of two ways. Smartpens are available for students to check out for a semester at a time. Shared notes are the other option; a note taker in the same class uses NCR paper and give copies to D.S.S. to give to students with accommodations, confidentially. Some students with note taking accommodations prefer that instructors provide guided (fill-in-the-blank) notes so as to get the instructor's point of view as opposed to another student's. It is important that instructors help students access course notes. They can do so by providing notes for students, helping students learn how to print lecture notes from Moodle, or referring students to D.S.S.