As all Universities and Colleges move their teaching and learning online, making sure that the materials that are provided to students with a visual impairment are accessible and fit for purpose can be a challenge. Working with our charity partners the Thomas Pocklington Trust, RNIB and Leonard Cheshire Disability and hearing from the University of Birmingham and its DSA students, our podcast will provide you with hints, tips and resources to make your course delivery the best it can be.
Episode 25: Molly Hobbs and Callum Russell
This week we're talking transitions, and are delighted to be catching up with Molly Hobbs, from the Thomas Pocklington Trust, and Callum Russell, who has recently started a new position as Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Surrey Police.
Episode 24: Neil Beck from Natspec
On this week's show we're delighted to sit down and chat with Neil Beck from Natspec. Natspec is a membership organisation for specialist colleges within the UK, and also provides training to the wider sector regarding young people with learning difficulties and / or disabilities.
Episode 23: Will Marshall from Sight and Sound Technology
There's no doubt that thorough training in the correct use of technology pays dividends in the long-term. At Sight and Sound Technology, training is a key part of the service we provide, and on this episode, Stuart meets Will Marshall, one of our trainers based in west Scotland.
Episode 22: The Student Voice with Holly Scott Gardiner
This week we're delighted to catch up with Holly Scott Gardiner. Holly is about to commence a masters degree at the University of Leeds and has some top tips for those starting on their journey in further or higher education.
Episode 21: Matt Dean from Aventido
This week, we're delighted to be joined by Matt Dean from Aventido. Aventido Limited are a specialist consultancy company, working with innovative and emerging companies who are creating solutions that make a difference to the way people live and work.
Episode 20: Richard Purcell introducing Caption.Ed
This week we're meeting Richard Purcell from TalkType, who has a new and very exciting product called Caption.Ed to show us. Caption.Ed allows you to caption any media. It’s quick and easy to use, simply press start captioning and start your media. Your captions will appear on your screen.