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Created on Tuesday, 16 March 2010. Posted by Paul Nisbet

eBooks have been around for some years now without making much impact but recently there has been a lot more buzz about them. There are a lot of interesting possibilities with eBooks for people with print disabilities but the main one is access to books: if accessible eBooks could be purchased dir...

Created on Thursday, 28 January 2010. Posted by Paul Nisbet

Another 54 books were added to the Books for All Scotland Database today. There are 23 new books in PDF which have been produced by CALL Scotland. LTS funded the production of these books, which are scanned PDF copies of third and fourth year textbooks from various publishers including Heinemann...

Created on Tuesday, 26 January 2010. Posted by Paul Nisbet

The Books for All programme is about learning resources in accessible, alternative formats for people who cannot access standard printed books. Sometimes this is due to, for example, severe dyslexia, visual impairment, blindness or physical impairment. In these case it is self-evident that the r...

Created on Tuesday, 07 July 2009. Posted by 

One of the new devices on show at CALL's recent ICT and Inclusion sessions was the rather amazing Livescribe Pulse Pen. You can see the product description (with video) at Livescribe.com It has been designed for note-taking and could be useful to students and older school pupils with memory or wri...