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  • Video

    Using Microsoft Teams for Remote Work with Sign Language

    If you are new to using Teams, this webinar will demonstrate how to use features like video calling to communicate with sign language and how to turn on live captions in a meeting. Note: They are using ASL and not Auslan but the video provides a good explanation on how to include sign language videos into a Teams meeting.

     

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    The development of good practice principles for supporting students with autism to work with their peers - UK

    This article outlines the undertaking of a research project which looked at how students with autism can be better supported to work with their peers. The aim of the research was to examine the experience of students on the autism spectrum in higher education in undertaking group work. A review of existing best practice guidance along with feedback from students themselves was used to develop a set of draft good practice principles which a smaller group of students then had a further opportunity to give feedback. A set of good practice principles was then finalised for dissemination to academic staff and autism practitioners. The message was that to support all learners, the advice contained within the good practice principles should be adopted wholesale as a principle of universal design for learning (UDL). (Sharron Sturgess, Study Adviser for Autism and Asperger syndrome University of Leicester UK. 2020)

  • Article

    Students with Inflammatory Arthritis and Online Learning

    Challenges faced by students with Inflammatory Arthritis (IA) in an Online Learning Environment. This article outlines challenges from the perspective of students living with IA related to self-advocacy and performance expectations in online learning environments. It is informed by current research as well as input from community members with IA who currently attend university and concludes with recommendations on how to address these issues.

  • Video

    ADCET Webinar: Support for Writing using Microsoft Tools

    In this webinar, Troy will help you personalise Microsoft’s writing tools for your own experience and to motivate your students to achieve their fullest potential.  Accessible technologies help students with challenges unlock their full potential by addressing the diversity of needs. When a creative twist is applied to even the simplest of tools, the learning can be enhanced. Microsoft has many tools available, from simple to robust, to help students in multiple aspects of writing. You will see how to use various tools including Dictate, Immersive Reader, Editor and Word Prediction. (June 2020)

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  • Video

    ADCET Webinar: Microsoft's Reading Support with Immersive Reader

    In this webinar, Troy explains how to personalise Microsoft’s Immersive Reader for your own experience and to motivate your students to achieve their fullest potential.

    The Microsoft Immersive Reader is a free tool, built into Word, OneNote, Outlook, Office Lens, Microsoft Teams, Forms, Flipgrid, Minecraft Education Edition and the Edge browser, that implement proven techniques to improve reading and writing for people regardless of their age or ability. It aids with independent reading and comprehension. Because it lives in so many different apps and platforms, it is helping readers with many different aspects of access. There are features within this tool that read text out loud, break it into syllables, and provide options for visual layout, such as spacing between lines and letters, or color themes. (May 2020)

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    Student Voice Video Blog

    During 2020, the NCSEHE has invited students to share their challenges and celebrate their triumphs during, and beyond, the COVID-19 pandemic through a series of Student Voice video blogs.

    Experienced online student Ashley Willcox hopes to share her practical and uplifting knowledge to help other students overcome the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Despite an acquired brain injury, Ashley’s outstanding accomplishments over a long period of study have culminated in a Masters of Teaching in Secondary Education at the University of Technology Sydney.

  • Article

    Get Ready for Uni - postcard

    Print ready version of the Get Ready for Uni postcard.

  • Article

    E2E (Education to Employment) Toolkit - postcard

    Print ready version of the E2E (Education to Employment) Toolkit postcard.

  • Article

    Choosing your Path. Disclosure: It's a personal decision - postcard

    Print ready version of the Choosing your Path. Disclosure: It's a personal decision postcard.

  • Article

    Get Ready for Study and Work - postcard

    Print ready version of the Get Ready for Study and Work postcard,