When I taught calculus, I posted my notes after the lecture. Then I had the students fill out a mid-quarter evaluation, and a lot of them wanted me to post my notes before class.
What I started doing was printing and handing out the notes to them, leaving the examples blank so they can fill those in. Many of them expressed to me that they liked it, so that they can concentrate on the problem instead of trying to write everything down.
I just read my course evaluations and I got mixed reviews about the notes. Some students said they liked them and found them helpful, and an equal amount said that they didn't like it and preferred to take their own notes, and learned better that way. I did tell them that they don't have to use me notes if they don't want them, and to let me know if they don't want to use them so I can save paper.
In your experience, what has worked well, to provide notes, let the students make their own notes, or give them the option by posting it before class to they can print out notes if they want to use it? I usually print out the notes, a copy for each student, and pass it out to all of them individually, but I am wondering if I should change this.