Posted by Craig Mill on the 7th February, 2024
This article explains the process of a CALL technology assessment with the focus of a resulting report in the from of a video screen recording.
Posted by Claire Harrison on the 7th February, 2024
Ten Tips for Tar Heel Reader is a new quick video explaining how to use many of the features of the popular online digital library.
Posted by Kirsteen Steven on the 6th February, 2024
How are our symbolised resources used in class? Are they what teachers and learners need to support early literacy? This case study was recently conducted visiting and supporting within a Primary 1 mainstream class and a P1-3 specialist provision within the same school.
Posted by Claire Harrison on the 30th January, 2024
Book your space on our 8-week online learning course with weekly live and interactive workshops.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 16th January, 2024
A selection of free universal tools to support writing for Windows, iPads and Chromebooks.
Posted by Paul Nisbet on the 15th January, 2024
How can we ensure that digital learning is inclusive as more and more learners have a personal device? How do we think about and provide assistive technology when digital learning is so much more accessible?
Posted by Craig Mill on the 4th January, 2024
There are still some places left for our popular course 'Technology to Support Additional Support Needs' starting in February 2024.
Posted by Joanna Courtney on the 14th December, 2023
Are you looking for a job where you can use your skills and passion for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and assistive technology? The CALL Scotland team are delighted to announce WE ARE HIRING and the job could be meant for you!
Posted by Shirley Lawson on the 21st November, 2023
You can make excellent use of your Pupil Equity Fund money by carefully investing in assistive technologies (and associated training) to support pupils with Additional Support Needs.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 20th November, 2023
This article explains how to create an interactive PDF using the built-in text box feature with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.