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Tag Archives: apps
updated pages Cheryl Dobbs has done a major revision of our Apps page for all facilities that support dyslexia. She has added some, deleted a few, and revised the description and comments on most of the items. There is now … Continue reading
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CALL Scotland has produced a ‘wheel’ of apps for dyslexia learners and users who have reading and writing difficulties, as an A3 poster. You can see or down-load the poster as a PDF file. Note that all the app titles … Continue reading
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B.D.A. book “Music, other Performing Arts and Dyslexia” has many examples of assistive technology for music. We have put brief details of software, including apps, in a new page, Music Technology. B.D.A. web has general information about music and dyslexia, … Continue reading
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Mindmapping is a tool which helps some visual dyslexic individuals to organise their ideas. Jottings, with images if wanted, can be displayed as a mind map or concept map and converted to a text outline. This can be developed into … Continue reading
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