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Created on Monday, 19 June 2017. Posted by Allan Wilson

Over 250 people attended this year's two-day ASL and Technology Conference and Exhibition, held in Edinburgh last Wednesday and in Clydebank the following day. There were 28 companies and organisations with stands in the exhibition areas in Edinburgh, while, due to restrictions in space, there w...

Created on Tuesday, 28 March 2017. Posted by Joanna Courtney

As many of you out there with young children will know, actor Tom Hardy has been causing quite a stir by reading the Mother’s Day bedtime story on C-Beebies! If you missed it, you can watch Tom reading Ross Collins’ Bookbug Picture Book Prize nominated story ‘There’s a ...

Created on Friday, 27 January 2017. Posted by Claire Harrison

Many of you who work with learners who use switches as an access method will be familiar with Ian Bean, who over the years has produced many fabulous switch accessible activities. I’m sure I only have to mention ‘The Dancing Hippo’ and you’ll find yourself absent-mindedly hum...

Created on Wednesday, 02 December 2015. Posted by Allan Wilson

Sandra and Craig have spent a day in Renfrewshire during each of the last two weeks delivering a Professional Learning opportunity in 'ICT and Dyslexia' for staff in schools. The first day focused on the use of ICT to support primary school pupils with dyslexia, while the second looked at it...

Created on Monday, 01 June 2015. Posted by Gillian McNeill

Coming up next week are two ICT and Inclusion exhibitions organised by CALL Scotland and there is still time to book your place. Parents -  extra sessions - see below!!  This event provides an excellent opportunity for staff to see and compare the latest software ...

Created on Wednesday, 04 February 2015. Posted by Paul Nisbet

On 31 October the Scottish Government published Guidance on “Planning improvements for disabled pupils’ access to education” which "describes the requirements the Act places on education authorities and schools to work to improve the education of disabled learners and to help ...

Created on Wednesday, 12 June 2013. Posted by Robert Stewart

CALL Scotland has been organising the FREE annual ICT and Inclusion road-show since 2001. It provides people with an opportunity to see and compare the latest software and technology to support students with additional support needs from most of the leading UK companies. Location and dates...

Created on Tuesday, 16 April 2013. Posted by Robert Stewart

CALL Scotland has been organising the FREE annual ICT and Inclusion road-show since 2001. It provides people with an opportunity to see and compare the latest software and technology to support students with additional support needs from most of the leading UK companies. Location and date...

Created on Monday, 03 October 2011. Posted by 

This fun little cartoon video explains much of what is important about assistive technology for disabled users, in a clear and pretty cool way.Update: I should clarify. The CALL Scotland team did not make this video, though I would be very proud if we had. We are just passing it on for wider...