Posted by Shirley Lawson on the 6th June, 2023
One week to go until we go live with our 2023 online ASL and Technology conference! We are thrilled to see the numbers of people attending rising every day and know that the online format fits better with everyone's busy lives and work commitments.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 30th May, 2023
This article explores the Chromebook's built-in Accessibility tools that are often overlooked but can make a big difference to learners with literacy difficulties
Posted by Craig Mill on the 25th May, 2023
Using the iPad to Support Dyslexia poster highlights a range of freely available built-in tools to support reading and writing.
Posted by Paul Nisbet on the 19th May, 2023
There are so many tools and apps available for supporting learners with dyslexia that it can be difficult to know where to begin. This blog introduces a new Technology Checklist which we hope will make it easier to find the right tools and strategies.
Posted by Paul Nisbet on the 15th May, 2023
With over a third of learners in Scotland identified as having an additional support need, it's clear that every teacher and educator is an additional support for learning practitioner.
Posted by Craig Mill on the 11th May, 2023
Helpful advice on using voice typing to support learners with literacy difficulties.
Posted by Gillian McNeill on the 10th May, 2023
At CALL Scotland we are aware that many services in Scotland providing AAC are being asked to provide a Data Protection Impact Assessment(DPIA) for data protection regulation. The good news is that Scottish Government have recently made a shared document available for those working in health to use.
Posted by Joanna Courtney on the 10th May, 2023
We were so pleased to be asked to deliver a workshop at Scottish Book Trust's recent Sharing Sensory Stories Author Lab. The 10 authors involved got their hands on our Bookbug Shared Reading symbol resources and accessible digital books and got the chance to experience communicating using AAC.
Posted by Shirley Lawson on the 7th May, 2023
The CALL Scotland app wheel to support learners with dyslexia has been updated and now is ready for you to download from our website.
Posted by Shirley Lawson on the 13th April, 2023
CALL have two 5 week self study courses starting in Autumn 2023. The 5 week Technology to support dyslexia course is in its third year and the new one on offer will a 5 week course on Technology to support reading and writing for learners with complex needs.