Making the most of your digital notes
A new year and a more sustainable start. Students studying TC and TPS from 2023 will say goodbye to paper and hello to exclusively digital syllabus notes. We assure you that saying goodbye to paper notes doesn’t mean saying goodbye to quality. We know how important learning materials are to our Students, so we wanted to share a few ways you can make the most of your digital notes.
Studying on the go
Your digital CA syllabus notes are accessible from myCABLE. We recommend downloading these to your OneDrive to make them accessible anytime, anywhere. Whether you’re getting a study power hour in after work or making the most of your commute, your notes are ready and waiting at the touch of a button.
Making your notes your own
We understand that to get the most out of your notes, it’s important that you can make them your own as you would with a paper copy. You can still highlight, annotate and add sticky notes wherever you feel necessary in your digital notes.
Searching made simpler
The volume of content included in the CA syllabus notes can make searching for a particular section more time-consuming. Using your digital notes, you can simply search for keywords or phrases to find what you need quickly and easily.
A more accessible experience
The digital notes will immediately create a more accessible experience for those who require it. PDF reader software, like Adobe Acrobat, will enable you to set up individual accessibility preferences, such as contrast settings to make the text easier to read.
TC notes will have screen reader capability that recognises graphics for a more seamless reading experience. Sections of the TPS notes can be selected to be read aloud also.
If you require a printed copy of the notes for medical reasons, you can get them by applying for reasonable adjustments on icas.com.
Want to find out more?
We’ve compiled some of the frequently asked questions about the digital syllabus notes. If you would like to understand more about the shift to exclusively digital notes, you can view the FAQs.
If you have any further questions, please refer to the ICAS help centre.