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Digital Tools for Inclusivity

In the current edition of Literacy Today (International Literacy Association), Detra Price-Dennis and Sarah Schlessinger highlight technology that “invites all members of the classroom to participate”. 320 more words


WFC accessibility policy follow up

World Fantasy Con 2016 has made an accessibility policy publicly available. Hooray!

But, er, it’s still not a great one and it doesn’t solve the issue of people having to pay more for the convention because they had to wait to find out what the accessibility policy is. 73 more words


Playing A Game The Way The Developer Intended

A lot of games include settings or are easy to mod to allow us to create an experience to suit our needs. These games are considered to be more user-friendly. 1,259 more words


Unintended consequences of SIP

The Mac, and its operating systems, have for a long time been highly customizable. Apple’s range of options has been good, but much more limited than is available using third-party enhancements. 844 more words


Toilet Helps Unblock Hospital Bed

Having a toilet that is more than just a toilet has enabled a woman to be discharged from hospital days early….

Rose Murphy was in a serious car accident 12 years ago, through which she lost the use of her left arm. 312 more words



Personal care plans could help elderly and/or disabled people return to, or stay in their own home without relying on a carer for support, if used for assistive technology. 354 more words


SEO Project

Over the next few weeks we’ll be working hard to improve our SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) on all pages and sections. Previously we’ve concentrated our SEO efforts during bi-annual keyword research sessions for course pages with the help of our colleagues in Marketing. 292 more words