There is a fundamental lack of understanding of accessibility, but I am not sure what we can do about it.
News that Android apps could run on Windows, Macs and Linux could revolutionise the delivery of the Do-IT Profiler.
The HM Inspectorate of Probation released their report today about the variable level of support for those with learning disabilities
Results of a “pilot study” carried out this month on the extent to which literacy scores predict exam outcomes are looki [..]
As I have said many times before, we have just too much data to know where to start the analysis. But sometimes I do have the [..]
In what may be considered a world first, the Maltese government has started trials of online computerised testing of literacy [..]
In his webinar this evening, Dr Ian Smythe provocatively questioned the validity of the questions assessors ask when attempting [..]
Gerald Williams of Shaping the Learner and Dr Ian Smythe did a double act this evening on SAFM, a major South African radio station based in Johannesburg. The host, Naledi Moleo, invited them to talk about the Profiler, set within the context of dyslexia and the South African learning environment. The main points raised were […]
Recent research has suggested that whilst many teachers claim to know about dyslexia and how to handle it, most assessors lack the confidence to say who, is dyslexic unless it is a clear-cut case. As a consequence, many dyslexic adults are going undiagnosed and unsupported, often being failures at college and subsequently have difficulty in […]
We’re happy to announce the latest release of Do-IT Profiler in February 2015, aiming to improve usability, security and [..]