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Mike Thrussell from Henshaws College is a learning technologist and has developed the Access: YouTube website. It is an accessible interface for students with learning difficulties and disabilities to search for and control videos on YouTube.
He has kindly agreed to write a guest blog post for us on [...]Continue reading: Development of Access: YouTube – Guest Post
Henshaws College http://www.henshaws.org.uk/college , located in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, offers high quality further education for residential and day students with learning difficulties and disabilities. They have a specialism in visual impairment.
Henshaw’s Innovation 3 project is entitled, ‘The development of novel uses for PenFriend: Enabling and Empowering Visually Impaired learners with Learning Difficulties’.
The [...]Continue reading: Innovation 3 Funding at Henshaws
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