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Look and learn – the 'eyegaze' revolution

Look and learn – the 'eyegaze' revolution

The eyes have it as eyegaze tech picks up awards. Carol Allen and Ian Bean explain why it's so important
From April 15 in Finchley, London, artist Sarah Ezekiel will hold another in her series of art exhibitions created on a computer controlled by her eyes. Sarah, who has motor neurone disease, uses an eyegaze system developed by Tobii to produce stunning images by controlling the art package by looking at the on-screen tools and menus.

Computers controlled with your eyes? Surely that’s science fiction, alongside hover-packs and teleportation? Yet it is here now and in classrooms, and homes, near you.

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Unique ICT and SEN courses axed in cuts

Unique ICT and SEN courses axed in cuts

King's College London cuts hurt UK profile for ICT and SEN
The only MA course in the UK for Inclusive Education and Technology has been axed by King’s College London along with...

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Free! First global SEN magazine, 'Special World'

Free! First global SEN magazine, 'Special World'

Special schools and parents have an exciting new free magazine with a world view
Special schools and all who work with them get a brand new glossy and interactive publication o...

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Mum's DIY approach creates 'SENspeller' app

Mum's DIY approach creates 'SENspeller' app

What if you can't find a suitable app for your child? Create your own, writes Sal McKeown
SENspeller The Autism Spelling App , created by mum Penny Vanderplank, is a new app for...

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'Grant cuts will hurt disabled students' – BATA warning

'Grant cuts will hurt disabled students' – BATA warning

Willetts' cuts hit disabled students and may 'decimate' assistive technology industry, writes John Lamb
Sweeping changes to the disabled students allowances (DSAs) which cover ...

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