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Technology and Inclusive Practice

Julia Taylor

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  • Petroc Technology Innovation Fair August 1, 2011
  • Jisc supports innovation in the use of ICT for education and research www.jisc.ac.uk August 1, 2011
  • August 1, 2011
  • Use the Mimio or other portable whiteboard to capture notes from flip chart or writing practice for learners August 1, 2011
  • Whiteboards and Portable Mimios, Images and video to support understanding – practical demonstrations and screen casts Xerte demonstration LO: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/toolkits/play_560 Text to Speech: iPadio, Read the Word,Robobraille, Daisy Plug-in ReadAloud PDF’s
  • Use Microsoft OneNote to collect information in multiple formats fro revision http://www.lexdis.org.uk/strategy/169 August 1, 2011
  • http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/page.aspx?o=jisctechdis www.lexdis.ac.uk August 1, 2011
  • Xerte demonstration http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/toolkits/play_560 August 1, 2011
  • Is the website accessible Is there something about the way the network is managed that restricts software unneccessarily? To what extent do you agree that technology has contributed to Inclusive practice in your organisation?
  • Becta Generator uses a series of questions based on Harnessing Technology’s aim for Equitable Access to services and opportunities Generator offers a strategic tool to analyse the quality of provision within an organisation in different areas under the headings of: Strategy & Leadership People & Culture Expertise and Skills Technology Information & Data Processes August 1, 2011
  • 11:50 August 1, 2011
  • Simple rollerball – video using a standard mouse Off table – Thumb activated. Easy use – Flip applications. Back and forth, Search. Ergonomical, right –size mouse. Ideal position for your hands UL disorder. Joystick – Hand resting, finger operated. August 1, 2011
  • 11:55 August 1, 2011
  • 12:00 August 1, 2011
  • MindMapping has many advantages for Dyslexic learners as it is non-linear. The video explains how to use MM to effect August 1, 2011
  • The Benefits Non- linear Use Colour for meaning August 1, 2011
  • Can be exported to Word or Powerpoint to start an essay or assignment August 1, 2011
  • August 1, 2011
  • A user can change the background and font colour to suit August 1, 2011
  • Reading Menu > T- Bar OR Vu-Bar Change Colours Deegates> RapidSet and alter both background and Font > Apply August 1, 2011
  • 12:25 August 1, 2011
  • August 1, 2011
  • Strategies – TechDis, Excellence Gateway & LexDis RSC Yorks & Humber http://inclusivity.rsc-yh.ac.uk/ and Scottish A&I Resource Open Universit Inclusive Learning AssitIT August 1, 2011
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    • 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide Technology and Inclusive Practice Julia Taylor. e-learning advisor A&I JISC Regional Support Centre South West Truro College March 2011 www.rsc-south-west.ac.uk RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
    • 2. How can e-learning help? Julia Taylor E-learning advisor. Accessibility & Inclusion Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 3. JISC Regional Support Centres
      • Advice and Information for providers:
      • FE - IS Colleges - ACL WBL & HEI
      • Teaching & Learning
      • Staff Development
      • Strategy & Management
      • E-learning Technology
      • Learning resources
      • Accessibility & Inclusion
    • 4.
      • E-learning has the potential to support more inclusive teaching and learning practice
      • It can be flexibly delivered and widely available , the materials are highly portable , easy to store and lend themselves to adaptation and personalisation
      • This flexibility should help meet the learners needs and enhance Learner Support and study skills
    • 5. Inclusive Learning Practice
      • Session Aims:
      • Accessible Learning content
      • Create accessible learning materials easily
      • Available Assistive Access Technology
      • Provide basic assistive technology for everyone
      • Addressing staff and organisational involvement
      • Encourage staff to take responsibility
      • Develop staff awareness, confidence and skills
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 6. Supporting Who?
      • Disability?
        • Undisclosed, undiscovered, unrecognised
      • Accessibility?
        • Equal access or Ease of Access - Usability
      • Inclusivity?
        • Everyone? - Not excluding unnecessarily
      • Embedding?
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 7. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 8. Creating materials
      • Interactive Whiteboards and VLE’s
        • Recorded Notes ‘Digital Flip Charts’
        • Mimio I padio OneNote MindMapping
      • Images, Symbols and Video clips
        • Screen Capture , Xerte transcript reader
      • Sound Alternatives – TTS, PDF and MP3
      • Read the Word , Robobraille , DaisyPlug-in , PDF’s
        • ietherpad
        • http://ietherpad.com/lzAIuVkBXp
    • 9. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 10. August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 11. August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 12. August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 13. JISC Tech Dis www.jisctechdis.ac.uk
      • Our mission is to support the education sector in achieving greater accessibility and inclusion by stimulating innovation and providing expert advice and guidance on disability and technology
        • Links to TechDis resources
        • http://www.techdis.ac.uk/index.php?p=9_33_1
        • http://www.techdis.ac.uk/index.php?p=3
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 14. Creating Inclusive Learning Content TechDis Resources
      • Accessibility Essentials
        • 4 Guides to preparing accessible documents
      • Upwardly Mobile
        • Getting started in Inclusive Mobile Learning
      • Watchwords / SIMDIS / SED advice
      • How To Guides and Staff Development Packs
      • Emptech AT Database and OS Downloads
      • Web2Access – Web 2.0 Tool Tester
      • Xerte and AccessApps
      • Accessible PDF’s
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 15.  
    • 16. Creating Inclusive Learning Content Xerte
      • User Preferences
      • Colour Scheme
      • Screen Size
      • Text Font and Size
      • Text to Speech
      • Keyboard Accessible ( Tab - - Space keys)
    • 17. Creating Accessible Content – Xerte
      • Drag & Drop Keys
      • Tab = Select
      • Space = hold
      • Tab = Select
    • 18. Xpert – find existing resources August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 19. Technology Supports Learning
        • Website
        • Marketing materials
        • Applications, admissions and learner induction
        • Learner resources
        • Virtual Learning Environments
        • Networks
        • Software available
        • Hardware and alternative interfaces
        • Training and Induction
    • 20. Single Equality Duty Generator
      • Equitable Access Area:
      • No learners are excluded from learning opportunities through inability to access services through technology. All learners are able to access the same range of educational opportunities and services through direct or online modes as appropriate.
      • Harnessing Technology
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 21. August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 22. Embedding Inclusive Practice Assistive Technology Kit Loans
      • Supporting Staff Development
      • Increase Confidence
      • Explore solutions
      • Familiarise Staff
      www.rsc-south-west.ac.uk August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 23. August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 24. Embedding Inclusive Practice Assistive Technology Kit Loans Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide EduApps AccessApps, Learn & TeachApps Open Source Assistive Software Portable on a memory Stick Non licensed Personalised Free
    • 25.
      • Create and convert – Docs to ePubs
      • SpeedCrunch – keyboard access, colour calculator
      • Simulation and Modelling
      • GEONExT – Visualising maths
      • RobotProg - Programming Logic
      • SolveElec – Circuit design/testing
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 26. Simulation and modelling August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 27.
      • Planning and organisation
        • Mind Mapping, reminders and prompts
      • Reading & Writing
        • Background, overlay and text Colour Preferences
        • Reading masks and guides
        • Word Prediction
        • Talking Dictionary, Text-to-Speech, MP3
        • Magnification and visual support
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    • 28. MindMapping
      • MindGenius - The Benefits
      • Export to Word and Powerpoint
      • Non- linear
      • Colour for meaning
      • Training video
        • Revision Activities
        • Presentation
        • Collaborative Learning
        • Assessment Techniques
        • Planning essays and assignments
    • 29. Planning & Organising Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 30. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 31. Reminders & Prompts Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 32. Reading
      • T-Bar – Screen Masking
      • RapidSet – Change Colours
      • Vu-Bar – Screen Ruler
      • SS Overlay – Screen Tint
      Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 33. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 34. Reading
      • T-Bar – Screen Masking
      • RapidSet – Change Colours
      • Vu-Bar – Screen Ruler
      • SS Overlay – Screen Tint
      Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 35. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 36. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 37. MyStudyBar
      • Reading on screen,
      • Background colour and font
          • Word Prediction LetMeType
          • Create customised lexicons
          • Predict on first letter
          • Adjust background colour and font size
    • 38. Lingoes Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 39. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 40. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 41. STEM
      • Writing essays
      • Voice Dictation
      • Word prediction
      • Dictionaries lexicons
      • Experiments and Activities
      • Smart phones with voice over
      • Adapted calculators
      • Dual monitors – note taking, high res, read/write
      • MP3 instructions or captioned videos
    • 42. STEM
      • Mobile learning MoleNet QR codes and i Settings
      • Universal Subtitles - TestTube Thunderstorm
      • Free Chemistry Dictionary
      • Big Simple Talking Calculator
      • BSL video clips for Maths
      • Screen cast technology
      • Xerte interactive learning objects
    • 43.  
    • 44. Maths
      • HTML Code for Maths symbols
      • (MathML) Maths symbols for screen reader and braille users www.mathtype.com
      • MathTalk dictation using DNS
      • Webmath – online math problems
      • Android freeware – M athsScramble
      • Fun Math Tricks Lite
      • Use Print Screen to capture symbols
    • 45. Inclusive Learning Practice
      • Session Aims:
      • Accessible Learning content
      • Create accessible learning materials easily
      • Available Assistive Access Technology
      • Provide basic assistive technology for everyone
      • Addressing staff and organisational involvement
      • Encourage staff to take responsibility
      • Develop staff awareness, confidence and skills
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 46. OASES TechDis Self-Assessment Tool
      • Online Accessibility Self-Assessment Survey
      • Quick, Free and Anonymous comparison against other institutions and Reasonable Adjustment
      • OASES Global Award
      August 1, 2011 | slide
    • 47. August 1, 2011 | slide http://www.jisctechdis.ac.uk/techdis/investinyourself/professional/cpdprogrammes
    • 48. RSC South West Accessibility & Inclusion
        • http://jisc-rscsw.ning.com/group/inclusivity2
        • juliataylor@rsc-south-west.ac.uk
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