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Digital Participation

This area is perhaps the most critical and one that requires extensive deliberation in collaboration with all Centre stakeholders and partners.

The Centre will strive to deliver equity of opportunity and look for innovative ways to address barriers to learning such as poverty and disability. It will adopt a universal design for learning in its digital resources and look to support device ownership and bandwidth with an ‘Equipped for Learning’ policy.

A collaborative community will be formed to take this area forward, drawing on expertise across Midlothian, Scotland and similarly challenged communities worldwide.

 

Assistive technology

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