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Tag Archives: e-books
Call Scotland on Kindles
CALL Scotland reports on increasing awareness of the value of Kindles, iPods and iPads for visually impaired and dyslexic pupils. “The e-Book formats and readers are definitely becoming more accessible with a bigger range of fonts, options to change colours … Continue reading
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Free e-books for children.
Oxford University Press web, Oxford Owl, has 240 free e-books for children, fun activities and useful information about learning to read. The e-books, from several series, and in age bands, have the option for listening. Some books have optional related … Continue reading
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