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    Created on Friday, 24 April 2020. Posted by Craig Mill

    Home learning resources and software for pupils with Additional Support Needs (ASN). Here are 3 great programs to support learners with literacy difficulties. Clicker 8 What is it? Clicker 8 is a child-friendly word processor, which includes numerous tools to support writing, such as text-to-speech ...

    Created on Tuesday, 31 March 2020. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    Students with additional support needs can get popular assistive software for use at home during the Covid-19 situation. Read more to find out about some really great software and apps that are available to you. Clicker and DocsPlus Clicker and DocsPlus are well known writing tools with versions for...

    Created on Wednesday, 30 August 2017. Posted by Craig Mill

    CALL Scotland is pleased to announce the release of MyStudyBar V4. MyStudyBar is designed to support the study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing. Although MyStudyBar is designed to support learners with literacy-related difficulties such...

    Created on Tuesday, 15 March 2016. Posted by Shirley Lawson

    On 02 June we are holding a free half day seminar here at Moray House to bring participants of the Talking in Exams project together to share their experiences of using the software in school. This is a great chance for anyone who is keen to use the software with pupils in their school to come...

    Created on Friday, 17 February 2012. Posted by 

    Here's a 'changing over to the new Boardmaker Studio?' discussion that I imagine quite a few establishments will be having over the next wee while. *** Original Enquiry I have a bit of a predicament and would really appreciate your help! In this city, we are about to refresh all our current...

    Created on Friday, 01 October 2010. Posted by Allan Wilson

    We've recently found out about the Cool Tools for Schools wiki. This is an amazing resource, with lots of free / online tools that can be used by teachers and pupils (assuming they are allowed access online). Resources are categorised under the following headings: Presentation Tools ...

    Created on Friday, 26 March 2010. Posted by Allan Wilson

    We have updated our quick guide to Low-cost / No-cost Software Tools for People with Dyslexia. This provides information about a selection of mainly free programs that can help people with reading and writing difficulties to access text on a computer. The guide is not intended to be a comprehensiv...