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iPads and Accessibility

  1. 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. 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. 3. July 4, 2013 | slide 3 Who we are. ww http://inclusivity.rsc-yh.ac.uk
  4. 4. July 4, 2013 | slide 4 Who we are. www.jisctechdis.ac.uk
  5. 5. July 4, 2013 | slide 5 Who we are. www.jisctechdis.ac.uk/tbx
  6. 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. 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. 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. 9. July 4, 2013 | slide 9 Web solutions
  10. 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. 11. July 4, 2013 | slide 11 Web solutions www.scoop.it
  12. 12. July 4, 2013 | slide 12 Web solutions
  13. 13. July 4, 2013 | slide 13 Web solutions www.pearltrees.com
  14. 14. July 4, 2013 | slide 14 Using iPads to Support Learning
  15. 15. July 4, 2013 | slide 15 Using iPads to Support Learning - Accessibility features
  16. 16. July 4, 2013 | slide 16 Using iPads to Support Learning
  17. 17. July 4, 2013 | slide 17 Using iPads to Support Learning
  18. 18. July 4, 2013 | slide 18 Using iPads to Support Learning
  19. 19. July 4, 2013 | slide 19 Using iPads to Support Learning
  20. 20. July 4, 2013 | slide 20 Using iPads to Support Learning
  21. 21. July 4, 2013 | slide 21 Using iPads to Support Learning
  22. 22. July 4, 2013 | slide 22 Using iPads to Support Learning
  23. 23. July 4, 2013 | slide 23 Using iPads to Support Learning
  24. 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. 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

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