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Introduction to assistive technologies

Maths , GCSE , Functional Skills , ESOL , English , Digital Skills
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Assistive technologies

What assistive technologies are already free and built into your existing tools? How can you promote these more effectively to learners? What do you gain by paying more for commercial versions of text to speech, voice recognition or mind mapping? This free webinar, available on demand, will help you find out.

The webinar was produced by the Education and Training Foundation. You can access it here.

Find out more about the Education and Training Foundation.

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