Posted by Craig Mill on the 20th September, 2023
CALL is running its popular 5-week professional learning course, starting on Tuesday 24th October.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 18th September, 2023
This article explains how to convert an image PDF into an editable and accessible format such as Microsoft Word using a Windows device, the Word iPad app and a Chromebook (Google docs).
Posted by Joanna Courtney on the 14th September, 2023
CALL Scotland's award-winning accessible versions of Scottish Book Trust's Bookbug P1 Family Bag books are available to download for learners in Scotland now!
Posted by Kirsteen Steven on the 14th September, 2023
Did you know that CALL Scotland have also created Clicker writing sets to go along with the Scottish Booktrust bag of books that they gift to every Primary One child in Scotland? Let's have a look at them and think about how they could support your learners with ASN.
Posted by Paul Nisbet on the 12th September, 2023
We're happy to report that our core grant funding from Scottish Government has been extended for another six months to March 2024. See what we've been doing for the past year in our latest annual report.
Posted by Joanna Courtney on the 11th September, 2023
CALL Scotland's award-winning symbol resources to accompany Scottish Book Trust's P1 Family bag books are now available to download.
Posted by Shirley Lawson on the 7th September, 2023
Speech-to-text can be used to support learners with literacy difficulties produce more text than they may be able to write or type. In this blog, Shirley explains how it can be used in unexpected other ways to support autistic learners.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 7th September, 2023
This one hour workshop will explore a range of built-in tools to support literacy.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 29th August, 2023
Google Chrome's free browser reading mode is a great new feature to support learners with reading difficulties.
Posted by Claire Harrison on the 25th August, 2023
Explore the CALL library of early writing Bookbug resources for Eye Gaze and Switch users. Find out about the different types of writing supports and activities that have been created for learners with access needs.