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Blogs Tagged - ' Mouse'

    Created on Friday, 09 December 2016. Posted by Craig Mill

    This week I answered two phone queries from different people about pupils who are having difficulties using a standard mouse. Both pupils are doing media related subjects which require intensive use of the mouse, particularly navigating the mouse, single and double clicking, holding and dragging ite...

    Created on Monday, 14 March 2016. Posted by Robert Stewart

    CALL recently received a Quha Zono Gyroscopic mouse to trial (from Smartbox). This Gyroscopic mouse is for those who cannot use an ordinary mouse and is worth consideration as an alternative to other accessible mouse options, such as headmouse or eye gaze. It is attached to user’s head&nb...

    Created on Tuesday, 03 April 2012. Posted by 

    I've just discovered a really useful and fun web site that has lots of free games to help kids practise their mouse skills  - basic eye-hand coordination, and timing skills. It is not for 'first beginner level' users  but great for kids who are mastering the basics of moving and...

    Created on Wednesday, 12 May 2010. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    We’ve been looking at methods of computer access for a young boy (age 7) with athetoid cerebral palsy, and he’s evaluated quite a few options. The most promising method was an old Interface Designs switched joystick connected via a USB Mouse Mover interface, which he controls with his ri...