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Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs We believe that simply telling busy teachers, parents, and professionals what they should be doing is not enough. Within each topic, we provide the hands-on resources needed to implement our suggestions. If we explain how to devise a visual communication system using picture cards , we provide free cards to get you started.

Do2Learn: Educational Resources for Special Needs

Apps for Kids (and Adults) with Hearing Loss - Google Docs
Accessible Technology Tips {AT tips} - clean & simple accessible technology tips for all
Qualifications - Bookshare - Accessible Books for Individuals with Print Disabilities Qualifications - Bookshare - Accessible Books for Individuals with Print Disabilities An individual with a physically-based disability that makes it difficult or impossible to read a printed book likely will qualify for Bookshare® services. Organizations (schools, libraries, and rehabilitation and social services agencies) can also obtain Bookshare services to support their efforts to meet the reading needs of people with these disabilities. The individual signing up for our services, or the organization serving that individual, will be asked to provide Bookshare with a Proof of Disability (certified by someone who is a Competent Authority as described below) during the registration process.
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Toolkit for creating accessible learning materials Toolkit for creating accessible learning materials Welcome to the toolkit for creating accessible learning materials. Created by JISC TechDis, the leading UK educational advisory service in accessibility and inclusion, it is designed to enable teachers and trainers to create effective, engaging and accessible learning materials for their learners. Grouped into eight categories, this toolkit of guidance resources merges pedagogical and technical advice where previously these have been scattered over several different channels. The toolkit comprises the following eight categories.
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Home | RSC Home | RSC Find out more about the Excellence in Inclusivity forum and JISC RSC YH support on our website: www.rsc-yh.ac.uk You can also find more advice and guidance about accessibility and inclusion from JISC TechDis, a leading educational advisory service working across the UK: www.techdis.ac.uk Welcome to the JISC RSC YH Excellence in inclusivity portal which has been developed to help promote best practice and share knowledge to support enhanced inclusivity.