Using ICTto help;Bytes

11th June 1999 at 01:00
An eight-day course outlining the contributions information and communications technology can make to curriculum access for pupils with visual impairments is being run by the Royal National Institute for the Blind Education Centre in Worcester in the autumn term. It is aimed atteachers, support assistants and technicianssupporting pupils with a visual impairment. It will cost pound;350 to pound;450 depending on accreditation.For details call Jan Ford on 01905 357635.

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