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High needs Productivity/assistive technology Student support

Technology supports high needs

Julia Taylor explains why Technology has a lot to offer learners with high needs. Accessible online delivery can improve access to resources at anytime, from anywhere. It’s easier to find and organise resources and interactivity encourages collaboration and engagement. Digital diversity means people with different learning strengths can benefit from resources created in different kinds of media. […]

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Policy & strategy Productivity/assistive technology

Turning Inclusive Policy into Accessible Practice

Creating an Accessible Organisation starts with policy but this must then translate into accessible practice in order to ensure that support for leaners is delivered effectively.  Accessible Organisations should have well-designed systems and clearly documented procedures that efficiently identify, monitor and  deliver appropriate support to both students and staff with additional needs. Inclusion goes across the whole […]

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Productivity/assistive technology Student support

Browsers – a hidden solution

Most people are aware that you can zoom in on a browser holding down the CTRL key and tapping + to zoom in and – to zoom out. If you have a mouse with a central mouse wheel then holding Shift while rotating the wheel will have the same effect. This might seem a useful […]