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Created on Friday, 25 November 2016. Posted by Shirley Lawson

On 17th January  we are holding a morning seminar on Assessment and Support of Students with Additional Support Needs.  We want to raise awareness of the potential of Assistive Technology and to help teachers not only understand how transformational it can be for  students with additi...

Created on Thursday, 24 November 2016. Posted by Paul Nisbet

The vision for education in Scotland described in the National Improvement Framework is: Excellence through raising attainment: ensuring that every child achieves the highest standards in literacy and numeracy, set out within Curriculum for Excellence levels, and the right range of skills, qualifi...

Created on Thursday, 24 November 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

We've been working on plans for our Additional Support for Learning (ASL) and Technology 2017 conference and things are now starting to take shape. Next year's event will be held over two days, at CALL Scotland, Edinburgh on Wednesday June 14th and at the Golden Jubilee Hotel, Clydebank on T...

Created on Thursday, 17 November 2016. Posted by Craig Mill

CALL has created a new email forum, ‘CALL Assistive Technology (AT) Community’ an informal space for people with a common interest; to share ideas and resources, to exchange information,  to ask questions related to assistive technology in an educational context, to discuss a rang...

Created on Monday, 14 November 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

As part of my role as Information Officer, I give occasional talks on the use of technology to support people with dyslexia, to branches of Dyslexia Scotland, parent groups and others. In the last week of October I spoke with parents from the Glasgow Gaelic School and met with the North East Scotlan...

Created on Thursday, 07 July 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

The Science and Technology Impact Assessment Panel of the European Parliament (STOA) has commissioned a study on Assistive Technologies for the inclusion of people with disabilities in society, education and jobs. As part of this study, they are conducting a European-wide online survey involving per...

Created on Friday, 29 April 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

We sometimes like to focus on blogs and web resources created by other people, particularly when they may not be familiar to people in Scotland, where we are based, and the rest of the United Kingdom. Today we are going to have a look at "Glenda's Assistive Technology Information and more.....

Created on Wednesday, 30 March 2016. Posted by Craig Mill

Due to popular demand, Stuart Aitken and Craig Mill have produced and uploaded an extended version of our video on making and using accessible PDF documents. The YouTube video Accessing Maths using digital PDFs is sub-titled. Or, you can download the video for offline viewing. Accompanying transcri...

Created on Friday, 26 February 2016. Posted by Allan Wilson

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is attempting to compile a list of the "50 Most Priority Assistive Products", stating that "We need more than a billion assistive products now and 2 billion by 2050." Based on the apparent success of the Essential Medicines List, the WHO has ma...