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  • 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit July 4, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning Using iPads to Support Inclusive Learning Chris Barber and Scott Hibberson Jisc Regional Support Centre for Yorkshire and Humber www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/YH www.jisc.ac.uk/rsc
  • 2. July 4, 2013 | slide 2 Structure of the Session  Reasonable adjustments - the Jisc TechDis Tool Box  Web solutions – Robobraille – QR Codes – Weblink sites: Pearltrees and Scoop.it  Using iPads to support dyslexic learners – Accessibility options – Various Apps
  • 3. July 4, 2013 | slide 3 Who we are. ww http://inclusivity.rsc-yh.ac.uk
  • 4. July 4, 2013 | slide 4 Who we are. www.jisctechdis.ac.uk
  • 5. July 4, 2013 | slide 5 Who we are. www.jisctechdis.ac.uk/tbx
  • 6. July 4, 2013 | slide 6 Reasonable Adjustments.  Reasonable adjustments need to be made to ensure disabled persons do not suffer substantial disadvantage.  ………..institutions need to be anticipatory and proactive in encouraging disabled persons to participate in the education provision and the various activities of each institution…..  And……..Ofsted is now looking at the quality of LLDD provision in a learning provider!
  • 7. July 4, 2013 | slide 7 Reasonable Adjustments.  Issues for Learners with a range of disabilities – Taking notes, correct spelling (predictive texting) – Background colours / contrast – Recognising words and meanings – Organising work (and self, generally) – Thinking visually – Remembering information – Communicating face to face and in written form – For VI learners – working in any visual format
  • 8. July 4, 2013 | slide 8 Web solutions  Web solutions –Robobraille – www.robobraille.org –QR Codes – www.qrstuff.com –Weblink sites, Pearltrees and Scoop.it • www.pearltrees.com • www.scoop.it
  • 9. July 4, 2013 | slide 9 Web solutions
  • 10. July 4, 2013 | slide 10 Web solutions http://www.qrstuff.com / http://blog.dundee.ac.uk/acc essibility/2011/10/qr-codes- and-accessibility/
  • 11. July 4, 2013 | slide 11 Web solutions www.scoop.it
  • 12. July 4, 2013 | slide 12 Web solutions
  • 13. July 4, 2013 | slide 13 Web solutions www.pearltrees.com
  • 14. July 4, 2013 | slide 14 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 15. July 4, 2013 | slide 15 Using iPads to Support Learning - Accessibility features
  • 16. July 4, 2013 | slide 16 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 17. July 4, 2013 | slide 17 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 18. July 4, 2013 | slide 18 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 19. July 4, 2013 | slide 19 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 20. July 4, 2013 | slide 20 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 21. July 4, 2013 | slide 21 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 22. July 4, 2013 | slide 22 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 23. July 4, 2013 | slide 23 Using iPads to Support Learning
  • 24. July 4, 2013 | slide 24 Discussion A small selection of the many apps……… As well as those mentioned, have a look at some of the others on the iPad and think how you might use these to support learning, e.g…… Dropbox Twitter Talking Tom Skitch ThingLink
  • 25. July 4, 2013 | slide 25 Some links  Spreadsheet of Apps  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlUoOEy_1LXtdDEwUldfd2dtNWE0LXFVNXRaY2tGVkE  Blog of mobile AT resources – http://asstech.wordpress.com/category/mobile/  Jisc TechDis – http://www.jisctechdis.ac.uk