What to expect at Texthelp's first ever Festival of Workplace Inclusion29th April 2022 -
On 26th May 2022, we’re hosting our first ever Festival of Workplace Inclusion. A free virtual conference where we’ll explore how to create a better working world for those of us who think, work and learn differently.
On this day, we’ll be bringing together industry experts and people with lived experiences of neurodiversity and disability. Together, we’ll uncover how we can work together to drive change, and make a lasting impact.
Barrier-Breaking Education: Lessons from SXSW EDU13th April 2022 -
Our round-up of key learnings from SXSW Edu 2022 conference. From topics on Assistive Technology (AT) and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) you're sure to find some useful takeaways from this blog by Deena Kimmel, Social Media and Community Manager at Texthelp.
What to expect from Future Building in Education31st March 2022 -
On 4 May, join us for our first ever virtual conference dedicated to education in Australia and New Zealand. Head of Education for Texthelp Asia/Pac, Greg O’Connor, who is also our host for the day, explains why this event is so important to our team. He’ll also share his “must see” sessions and what you can expect on the day.
A new milestone for Read&Write for Google Chrome30th March 2022 -
Today, we're excited to announce the release of the new and improved Read&Write for Google Chrome.
10 DE&I Leaders 'Pass The Torch': 10 Things You Can Do To Personally Make A Change29th March 2022 -
Diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I), is everyone’s responsibility. Part of creating a culture that's welcoming for everyone is understanding that, beyond your diversity & inclusion team, everyone can play a part.
Celebrating different minds18th March 2022 -
What would you say are the benefits of thinking differently? You might say it brings new ideas to the table, helps to rethink inefficient processes, and identifies patterns other people might miss. This week (March 21st - 27th) marks Neurodiversity Celebration Week, an event that celebrates neurodivergent strengths at all stages in life, from school to the workplace.