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ADCET Webinar: Exciting News! Inspiration 11 is coming… take a first look

Inspiration 11 is coming in Autumn 2024 and in this session Sprialis Consulting provided a first look at the brand new version, including many updates users have specifically asked for.

Simple to use, but powerful in the impact it has on users, Inspiration is the ideal visual thinking tool for helping students with neuro differences and cognitive challenges to capture and organise ideas, build comprehension, retain information and support the writing process. The Dragon Edition of Inspiration was also unveiled. It is optimised for Dragon Professional users and contains 200+ custom commands specific to Inspiration 10 and 11. 

Plus, Inspiration makes it quick and easy for educators to produce visual maps and graphic organisers that support the teaching of concepts in an accessible format for students with specific learning difficulties. This allows students to easily synthesise the information and deepen their understanding.

Inspiration Licencing and Pricing Information

If you are interested in a free licence of Inspiration for assessment, training and demonstration purposes, please complete this request form

The assessor toolkit provides resources to assist you in your role, including our Needs Recommendation Guides for funding applications.

For pricing for Inspiration for Windows and Inspiration RD for Macs & Chromebooks, please visit the Australian pricing page.


Photo of Reeza Awoodun, an older male with grey hair

Reeza Awoodun is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TechEdology. Reeza has worked in the field of assistive technology and edtech since 2000. Reeza’s specialism is in the use of visual thinking techniques to help users with neuro differences or cognitive challenges to develop strong critical thinking skills, to retain information and be able to write with more confidence.

Photo of Jacqueline Evans, a smiling woman with long dark brown hair

Jacqueline Evans has worked in the field of assistive technology and edtech since 2021 and in her role at TechEdology, is responsible for ensuring the way they sell Inspiration meets the needs of their education customers globally, and that they deliver the highest level of customer service.

Photo of Jim Sprialis, a smiling older man with gray hair

Jim Sprialis is the Director of Sprialis Consulting. He has been an educator in technology and inclusion for over 35 years. With a specialist knowledge base around disability and neurodiversity, he provides nationwide consultancy and training in inclusive and assistive technologies to schools, the higher education sector and workplace settings.

(March 2024)

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