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What’s new in iOS 11: Standout features and enhancements to accessibility.

If you use Apple products and haven’t been living under a rock, you’ll no doubt have heard of the updates from Apple Park over the last few weeks. Alongside the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X came the public release

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Posted in Accessibility, digital skills, Mobile learning, Technology Enhanced Learning

Inclusivity, Card Sorting and Mythbusting – Podcast Episode 11

  How can technology help to make learning more inclusive? How can card sorting and mythbusting become powerful tools for the classroom and beyond? In this episode, we interview Fiona Macneill and Tucker Macneill, who are both Learning Technologies Advisors

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Developing accessible web content

In our recent post Making learning accessible through technology, Tab Betts (@MrTabKey) took us through some valuable tools that promote inclusivity, productivity and help overcome what are for some significant barriers to learning. A growing range of free content creation

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Posted in Accessibility

‘Speak’ your documents with Google Voice Typing

Today we are introducing Google Voice typing, a feature of Google documents which allows you to dictate and format your documents by voice. Voice typing is an effective free tool. It could prove useful to anyone wanting an alternative to typing.  First,

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Inclusive Digital Teaching Practice

To celebrate the launch of our new Inclusive Digital Practice Award, supported by funding from Santander Universities, this week’s blog post will look at ideas for how technology can be used as an enabler for inclusive teaching and learning. What do

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