March 2019

Assistive, not restrictive, software; no longer niche

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In the early to mid noughties "assistive software" was the preserve of the Disabled Student or Disabled Employee, now however, technology has its uses for just about everyone in university right through into the workplace. In his blog, Pete Quinn take you through this journey.

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When UDL Doesn't Go So Smoothly

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We can all learn from our mistakes. And at this year’s UDL-IRN Summit in Orlando, Florida from 27-29 March we’ll be hearing a very personal perspective on failure from a leader on inclusive learner-focused education. In anticipation, here's a preview of what Katie Novak will be speaking about at the conference.

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A Positive, Inclusive Pathway to UDL

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It’s almost time! The sixth UDL-IRN International Summit takes place in Orlando, Florida from 27-29 March. Under the banner of ‘Learning Designed for Everyone’, this key event brings together educators and researchers from around the globe to share conversations, network and celebrate the transformative power of learner-focused education. Catch up with what Sue Hardin will be bringing to the conference.

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Responding to External Stresses with UDL

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Poverty is a huge issue in the US, directly affecting more than a fifth of American families. As busy professionals we often complain about being ‘time poor’. But it takes on another meaning in low-income households where parents may be battling to hold down multiple jobs, feed young mouths and simply cope with everyday struggles to survive. Read what Loui Lord Nelson has to say ahead of UDL-IRN.

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The new WriQ - simplify writing assessment in Docs

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Assessing student writing is a time consuming and tedious process. Reading through and evaluating dozens of multi-page documents and providing meaningful feedback during your “free” time is no one’s idea of fun. But we’ve come up with a solution that can help. It’s called WriQ® and it provides a standardized norm for assessing writing in Google Docs.

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