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Why National Dyslexia Awareness Week matters to your organisation Why National Dyslexia Awareness Week matters to your organisation

Why National Dyslexia Awareness Week matters to your organisation

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

This week is national Dyslexia Awareness Week. Each day there are daily themes intended to get people thinking about different aspects of dyslexia. The theme for Thursday (5/10/17) is reasonable adjustments for dyslexic individuals in all sectors…

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Why software is the solution to removing the barriers to learning Why software is the solution to removing the barriers to learning

Why software is the solution to removing the barriers to learning

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

University undergraduate degree programmes across the UK start this week. It’s a good time to remember that up-to-date information should be accessible no matter what device your students are using or what language they speak. To make sure…

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Is your e-learning platform mobile ready? Is your e-learning platform mobile ready?

Is your e-learning platform mobile ready?

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

Schools, colleges and higher education providers across the UK now use a variety of different e-learning platforms to support their pupils and students. They can allow students to access a range of learning materials (e.g. pdf’s, videos, presentations)…

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Recite Me wins place on Sage US business exchange programme Recite Me wins place on Sage US business exchange programme

Recite Me wins place on Sage US business exchange programme

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

Recite Me has won a place on technology giant Sage’s Start-up exchange competition in Atlanta, USA, to help us to grow our business overseas. We were picked as one of four start-ups that will travel to Atlanta to take part in a programme to help…

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What is happening with the Disabled Student's Allowance? What is happening with the Disabled Student's Allowance?

What is happening with the Disabled Student's Allowance?

Posted on: by Andy

There were more than 44,000 UK-students with a known disability studying full-time first degree courses in 2015-16, according to data from the Higher Education Funding Council for England. More than forty per cent of these students were in receipt…

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