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FREE SESSION: Inclusive Digital Technology Masters Level Course at CALL: is It for You?

CALL Scotland in conjunction with the University of Edinburgh's Professional Learning team are running the 10-week Masters Level course on Inclusive Digital Technology in January 2020. In this online workshop, Craig will provide an overview of the course, outline the learning outcomes and reflect on feedback from participants.

There will be an opportunity to explore the online learning environment, reading materials, resources and to see examples of case studies by students.

You can get full details of the course on the Moray House Professional Learning page.



31st October 2019
University of Edinburgh

Online learning
(4:00pm - 5:30pm)

What you will learn

  • To define the purpose and objectives of the IDT course
  • To compare participants' experiences and feedback
  • To evaluate the effectiveness of the course in terms of teaching and learning impact
  • To recognise key pedagogical features of student assignments

Who is the seminar and workshop aimed at?

  • Teachers in Primary or Secondary schools
  • Senior school management
  • Educators in HE or FE
  • Anyone with an interest in inclusive technology and pedagogy

Meet your presenter(s)

Craig Mill
Assistive Technology Advisor

Probably better known for developing the AccessApps, a suite of portable open source and free learning support tools that can be run from a USB drive.

Craig is also the developer of the awards winning MyStudyBar - a handy tool to support learners with literacy difficulties. Craig is keeping abreast of new developments in technology, particularly technology to help overcome barriers to learning.

About the event

  • Duration: 90 minutes, starting at 4:00pm
  • Equipment requirements: Mac or Windows PC (or laptop), internet connection, microphone optional.
  • Logging into the webinar room: Read 'Preparing for an Online Workshop' and ensure you have tested the webinar link before the day.
  • Format of the Online Learning: You will hear our presenters discussing and demonstrating assistive software and apps. There will be opportunities to ask questions using your microphone or typing into a Message box. There will be 'breakout rooms' which you will be split up into (we will do that for you from our side) and it gives the opportunity to have a more active learning experience and the chance to have smaller group discussions.
  • Weblink: This will be emailed to you a week before the event.


If you have technical problems and are not able to access the Online Learning on the day you will receive an archived recording of the session. No refunds will be given.