In each class, the instructor should ask for a volunteer note taker. A backup note taker should be available in the event that the note taker is absent.
The simplest method of providing this service is for the note taker to type notes into OneNote, or a Word document (or similar), then have the note taker email the notes to the instructor, who then forwards them on to the student.
Students sometimes prefer to secure their own note taker. They may ask a friend in the class, or find someone who is taking thorough notes.
Instructors may be asked occasionally to check the quality of the notes.
The note taker should not be asked to change the way he or she takes notes.
Students are not entitled (with very few exceptions) to notes when they are absent.
Instructors should contact SDS if they need suggestions for obtaining a note taker.