The Department for Education’s edtech strategy was warmly received this year by educators, with a refreshing and clear recognition of the struggles faced by teachers daily, and an emphasis on addressing these with practical solutions - solutions which not only realize the potential of technology in education, but react to remove barriers educators have when it comes to integrating edtech into their everyday teaching practices.
The EquatIO team has been busily working away, building some awesome new updates to the product for you all to enjoy. In this blog, we’ll show you what’s been going on, but first, it’s about time that we introduced the newest member of the team. It’s me! Keep reading for my full introduction and all the latest updates.
The brass band has come to represent the real distinctiveness of New Orleans and what a wonderful NOLA welcome we had at this year’s ILA conference! Of course they had a band on opening night and of course they were serving Creole cuisine at lunch too!
Browsealoud, our flagship accessibility software tool, has helped countless organizations provide accessible, online digital content for millions of end-users since its launch. From October 17th, it’s about to get even better with dedicated picture dictionary support.
Last week saw a fantastic grouping of the UK’s best and brightest diversity & inclusion minds come together in London to celebrate and build upon the strategies, tech, and talent that has given the D&I agenda a major foothold in the modern workforce. Read on to find out some of the day's most pressing takeaways.
In the run up to Health Literacy Month in October, we sat down with our friends from the Patient Information Forum (PIF) to examine why it’s important to shine a light on the area of health literacy.