Web for non-readers

1st November 2002 at 00:00
Students with severe learning difficulties will help visitors to the BETT educational technology show at Olympia in January. At stand SN44, they will demonstrate the work of peepo.com, a website that aims to raise awareness of people with severe learning difficulties. Designed to help non-readers surf the web, it can link users to music, games and films by a mouse click or tapping a letter. The work of former teacher Jonathan Chetwynd, it has been been developed over five years and is funded by the New Opportunities Fund, Lambeth College and Wandsworth Social Services.


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