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6th June, 2023

CALL Scotland

CALL Scotland
A Communication and Assistive Technology Newsletter

6th June, 2023

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Our latest blogs

One week to go till our ASL and Tech conference!

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.

I'm dyslexic and people keep saying I should use technology - where do I start?

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.

Using the iPad to Support Dyslexia - a new updated poster

Using the iPad to Support Dyslexia poster highlights a range of freely available built-in tools to support reading and writing.

Getting it right for every Chromebook (GIRFEC)

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

Training courses

90 minute Online Learning workshops - £40 per person per workshop.

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    Free webinars

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      And finally...

      Cerebral Palsy Scotland conference - 3 October, Glasgow

      The Cerebral Palsy Scotland conference exhibition allows delegates to check out different services and organisations in that support people with cerebral palsy and their families.

      5-week course - Technology to Support Dyslexia in Education

      This 5 week online course will focus on and explore a range of technologies, resources, and strategies to support learners with literacy difficulties arising from dyslexia.

      Our previous courses - recordings available to purchase

      You can still purchase a recording of the sessions and you'll receive the resources as well!

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