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for the following assistive technology resource.)
is a site that has more than 50 assistive technology and learning applications. The beauty of this site is that these titles will all run on any computer, directly from a USB jump drive with no need to install software on the host computer.
The site, based in Scotland, will allow you to select the various software applications and download them in one suite. There are even step-by-step tutorials and video guides on the site’s “Help” page to get you up and running.
AccessApps is an initiative developed by the Scottish JISC Regional Support Centres in cooperation with
. It consists of over 50 open source and freeware assistive technology applications which can be entirely used from a USB stick on a Windows computer (
here is a full list of applications on offer).
AccessApps will run without needing to install anything on a computer and provide a range of e-learning solutions to support writing, reading and planning as well as visual and mobility difficulties.
What are you waiting for? Go get ‘em!