UAL Dyslexia Awareness Week: e-Inclusion

Assistive technology

Assistive technology in use

According to the University’s Disability Champion, Natalie Brett, ‘there is a link between creativity and dyslexia which points to higher levels of dyslexia amongst creative people’.  With 19% of UAL’s home students having declared a specific learning difficulty, enabling digital inclusion, or e-inclusion, is a core element of the University’s provision to support students with learning difficulties; helping to advance their digital literacy and subject knowledge. Continue reading