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Can Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) help learners with dyslexia?

Posted by Craig Mill on the 2nd May, 2024

This blog explores and highlights the potential if generative artificial intelligence to support learners with dyslexia.

Top tips for using Clicker 8 to support neurodiverse learners

Posted by Craig Mill on the 16th April, 2024

A range of tips for using Clicker's built-in tools for Windows, Mac, iPad and Chromebook.

What is 'Per-App Settings', and how can it make apps more accessible to use?

Posted by Craig Mill on the 11th April, 2024

A step-by-step guide on how to set up and use Per App settings to make specific apps more accessible.

The who, what and why of AT and digital learning - new resources to download

Posted by Craig Mill on the 8th April, 2024

The Inclusive Digital Learning and Assistive Technology Staged Intervention triangle is designed to help us think about what learners require to ensure that they are included and can access digital learning, and who is responsible for supporting them.

New Explorer 2024/25 Symbol Resources available now!

Posted by Joanna Courtney on the 13th March, 2024

Bookbug Explorer bags are gifted by Scottish Book Trust to every 3 year-old child in Scotland through their nursery. Our latest pack of symbol resources to accompany this year's Bookbug Explorer Bag 2024/25 is ready to download now!

ASL and Technology Online Conference 2024 - book your place now!

Posted by Craig Mill on the 5th March, 2024

One of the highlights of the year is the CALL Scotland ASL and Technology online conference. This year the conference will take place on Thursday 13th June 2024.

Accessible Picture Books for Learners with Print Disabilities

Posted by Claire Harrison on the 5th March, 2024

To celebrate the upcoming World Book Day on March 7th 2024, we’ve refreshed and updated our ‘Bookbug Digital Bookshelf’ poster.

Do your Chromebooks, iPads and laptops meet legal requirements?

Posted by Paul Nisbet on the 29th February, 2024

Pupils should have access to accessibility features on their digital devices in schools to meet Equality and Accessibility legislation according to Scottish Government guidance. This blog discusses what should be available for students.

How to make choices about technology tools - the CALL assessment approach

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.

Ten Tips for Tar Heel Reader

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.

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