Sonocent Audio Notetaker
With Sonocent Audio Notetaker for Windows and Mac, it’s easy to capture full recordings of classes and meetings and to work with that audio. The software makes recordings of speech a real, tangible thing, by visualising audio as chunks, phrase-by-phrase. This enables you to quickly return to any part of the recording later.
• Record lectures, and sub-divide into different sections
• Combine recordings with PowerPoint files
• Colour code recordings to indicate particularly relevant/important sections
• Add in notes, images, or draw in your own diagrams
• Organise your files based on module or speaker
Available via Windows on College PCs.
Using Audio Notetaker with Panopto
Audionotetaker can be used to work with online presentations via screen capture and output recording. This is exceptionally useful for Imperial College’s Panopto lecture capture system.
OneNote offers a versatile space for you to capture your notes. PDFs, PowerPoint slides, drawings, images, web links or drawings can be added to notes, aiding revision and organisation by having everything stored in one place. You can also use the audio tool to record everything that is being said so you don’t miss a thing. OneNote stores all notebooks to OneDrive automatically so all of your notes are backed up and available across all of your devices.
Download OneNote from the Software Hub.
With Notability you can take notes on your computer, tablet or phone whilst also recording audio content. PDFs and lecture slides can be annotated with drawings and hand drawn text, allowing you to make rich and engaging notes to come back to later.
Download Notability from the Software Hub.
Guidelines for use
Use of lecture recordings is limited to the personal use of the student making it and for educational purposes only. Unless you have the written consent of the lecturer, recordings and parts of recordings may not be redistributed. For clarification, redistribution, which is prohibited, includes sending a copy to another person by email and adding it to a website / social media website (e.g. YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter). Misuse of lecture recordings will be treated as misconduct and will be handled as a disciplinary matter under the Code of Student Discipline.