TEL:US Podcast S3E4. Conference round up and the Digital Practice Awards

In this show I caught up with fellow learning technologists Matt and Paolo to discuss the various conferences and training events we attended over the […]

TEL:US Podcast: Daniel Hajas

Daniel Hajas is a PHD Student at the University of Sussex, working multisensory experiences, with special emphasis on the topic of using mid-air haptic interfaces […]

Join Us for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2019

Accessibility “Low Hanging Fruit” As the U.S. population ages, the percentage of persons with disabilities increases.  According to a 2017 University of New Hampshire Institute […]

New TEL:US Podcast: Dawn Green from The Karten Network

Visit the podcast page to listen to the latest show. On this show I had the opportunity to chat to Dawn Green, Development Co-ordinator at […]

Google Pixel Buds: The Gateway to Language Barriers

For every sci-fi loving person out there, we all remember how protagonists could speak to aliens with such ease. Han Solo could communicate with Chewbacca […]

For Students With Disabilities, Ed Tech Can Empower. But It Often Doesn't

Educators and ed-tech companies can better serve students with special needs by focusing on text-to-speech capacity, "switch accessibility," and modifications for common classroom tools, experts […]

Episode 115 Trends for June 8-21: Professional Development, Hardware & Software, Assistive Technology, and Instructional Design

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include June 8-22, 2018 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine (http://bit.ly/trendsandissues). We […]

3 Reasons Why You Should Try The Latest Cydalion Update

The assistive navigation app Cydalion has its first major update since being released last November, addressing common requests from users. Nicknamed Lemnos – for the […]

5 Pieces Of Assistive Technology Which Can Help Pupils With Special Educational Needs.

Technology certainly has pros and cons.  However, assistive technology (technology designed to support people with special educational needs and disabilities – SEND) has had many […]

How Assistive Technologies Extend Your Abilities, Whether You’re Disabled Or Not

Despite whether we have a disability, we've all adapted technology to better suit us. In this post, we look at the ways we've made our […]

9 Apps For Indoor Navigation

These apps or devices that have been developed to help people who are visually impaired or blind find their way indoors. The post 9 Apps […]

Wearables for Wayfinding Have Exploded Over The Past 20 Years

This includes assistive technologies and augmented reality. People with visual impairments have more options available now than ever before, including Tango. The post Wearables for […]

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