One of the key benefits to Google Chrome is the ability to use extensions. These can help you to read what's on the screen, remove clutter from the screen, add coloured overlays, predict text and many other useful functions. We’ll go through those that we have found most useful and show you how to download and install them.
Join us for this free event for Welsh Colleges Provision of the right Assistive Technology (AT) can make a substantial difference for learners with ALN. This technology requires assessment, delivery and ongoing support by an Assistive Technologist. In this free webinar, the AT Lead at Bridgend College will describe how her role enables learners and […]
Join us for a tour of EquatIO from Texthelp and gain an insight into how this toolbar can work with multiple content types to provide complete accessibility for maths content.
Having a collection of accessible templates and understanding how to make new accessible documents is a great way of improving accessibility for all learners. We will help you understand how to make this happen.
Clicker has a wide range of tools to aid literacy for a number of learners including realistic speech feedback, an audio note recorder and intelligent word prediction. The software includes access to a growing bank of topic specific sentence building activities, word banks and writing frames, and it’s easy to create your own. The latest […]