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An outstanding website for assisting with the selection of apps to support different types of learning & Support needs is +BridgingApps. Sign up for free to access a range of app lists and training resources.

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With more and more schools allowing students to bring and use their own devices, the iPhone is another device that can harnessed to support students with diverse learning needs. Take a look at the inbuilt accessibility features of the iPhone from +Apple

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A fabulous guide to the updated accessibility features of iOS 10 fir iPads and iPhones.

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I am still amazed at how many teachers who have iPads in their classroom have not heard or use the Text to Speech feature which is embedded in  the iPad  "straight out of the box". There are loads of videos on this topic already already, however I thought I'd start making my own for easy reference to those who follow my work.

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Check out this video from +Christopher Hills who gives us an overview of switch control on an ipad.

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Some iPad tips and tricks to remind us of Apples commitment to accessibility.

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Haven't put an app list up here for a while as for a while I've been trying to "transcend apps" and return to a solid focus on curriculum outcomes, pedagogy and content. But ....people keep asking me for app lists, so here I'll put up a few that look great.
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App Lists
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CALL Scotland +CALLScotland Moray House have app lists that they have categorised into apps that can be used to overcome common barriers that people with a certain type of disability face, support particular needs or have particular features. I often get asked, "where do I find that app wheel for dyslexia/ASD/AAC". Here they are!

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Creating sign language books in Book Creator http://buff.ly/1AiJjSV Brilliant guest post from Lisa Johnson #edtech
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Looking forward to when this AAC tool is released....Talkitt Makes it Possible for People With Speech Disabilities to Communicate Using Their Own Voice.
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