We know that you’ve spent the majority of your summer vacation planning your new school year. During that planning, we’re sure that one thing that came up over and over again was how to make sure everyone in your classroom can access your resources and learning materials. Whether that’s digital files or paper resources, it’s often tricky to make sure they can be read and accessed by each different learner in your class.
Technology has changed how we learn and work. In both education and the workplace, inclusive technology is helping people to realize their true potential.
While you’ve been busy planning your new school year, I’m sure one thing that came up over and over again was how to make sure everyone in your classroom can access your resources and learning materials. Whether that’s digital files or paper resources, it’s often tricky to make sure they can be read and accessed by each different learner in your class.
While you’ve been busy planning your year, here at Texthelp we’ve been working to make sure OrbitNote, our tool that makes PDFs more accessible and actionable, can provide you the support you need to create an accessible, dynamic, and collaborative space that works for everyone.
Here’s a quick rundown of all the ways we’ve supercharged OrbitNote to make sure the premium offering is supporting you and your students in the best way possible this school year.
Our annual Back to School Conference is coming up fast, so we thought we would run you through what you can expect from our free PD event.
The trailblazers at CAST recently held their 8th annual UDL symposium, centered around learner voice. If you missed it, don’t worry, we’ve summed up the most pivotal moments for you. There are some gems though, so you’ll probably want to take some notes…
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To help you support a colleague or employee with ADHD, we asked ADHD coaches, business leaders, and people with lived experience of ADHD for their insights. Here's 12 tips to help you support employees with ADHD to accomplish their tasks and feel accepted in the work environment.