Posts by: Emma Millard

This is the third post in a short series looking at ways to remove some of the distractions from webpages. In the previous posts we looked at SoundGecko and Pocket.

Evernote Clearly is an extension to Evernote, essentially an online notebook that [...]

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This is the second post in a short series looking at ways to remove some of the distractions from webpages. In the previous post we looked at SoundGecko.

Pocket has been around for a while, until recently it was called Read It Later. It is [...]

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I frequently come across links to articles, blog posts and web pages that look really interesting there’s so much going on on the rest of the webpage I find it difficult to focus on the content. There are a number of web-based services that allow you to remove some of these distractions – for example [...]

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Safer Internet Day

On February 4, 2013 By

Tomorrow (5 Feb)  is Safer Internet Day – the subject of the first TechDis Tuesday of 2013 and something that we’ve worked hard on over the last year.

We’ve been delighted work with the East Midlands Peer Development Group on their LSIS funded project to provide relevant and targeted e-safety resources for young adults with [...]

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Accessibility Resolutions

On January 16, 2013 By

We’re already two weeks into 2013 – have you made your new year’s resolutions? In case you need some inspiration, here are some accessibility resolutions for this year.

Learn something every week

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Free Tools: Mind Mapping

On November 28, 2012 By

This is the final post in a series looking at the free tools we explore in the TechDis Toolbox.

Mind mapping can be a useful way of organising information, particularly if you are dyslexic or prefer a visual approach. XMind is [...]

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Thanks to Margaret McKay, Inclusion Advisor at RSC Scotland, for this guest blog post.

What would inclusive practice look like for me in my area of work?  This solution-focused approach considers these questions in the context of the JISC Techdis Toolbox.

Managing Information – Staff Development Manager

You are a staff developer and you have [...]

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Thank you to Margaret McKay, Inclusion Advisor at RSC Scotland, for this guest blog post.

What would inclusive practice look like for me in my area of work?  In the early days of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 this was a question that was often asked, and [...]

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