Books for All provides books in accessible formats for pupils in Scotland who have difficulty with ordinary printed text, including those with dyslexia, who have a physical disability or who are blind or partially sighted. We regret that books cannot be downloaded for learners outwith Scotland at this time. Staff can either log in with your Glow account or your school’s Scran account. All Scottish teachers the cheviot the stag and the black black oil pdf Glow accounts, and all Scottish schools have Scran accounts.
Use your Glow username and password to log in. Type in your school’s Scran username and password to the Scran Log In at the right hand side. The database is maintained by Scran. Contributed books from Aberdeenshire Council VI Service – thank you! New: Teejay Maths 1a with answer boxes. New: Teejay Maths 2b with answer boxes. And thanks to Marie Lawson, Shetland, for large print versions of National 5 Maths by David Alcorn.
Marie Lawson from the Vision Service in Shetland has contributed Nelson Thornes Maths in Action S4-1, in large print 18 – thanks again! What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? Thanks again to Marie Lawson in Shetland for more Large Print secondary maths books. Thanks again to VTSS Edinburgh.
Thanks to Rebecca and Sarah here in CALL, because the font size is large to begin with, others seem to be able to deal with others without these problems. Who can use text, rebecca here in CALL has uploaded another 11 Hodder Gibson textbooks to the database and these are now available. We have also added in extra pages with for example grid paper, most are Large print PDFS. Following on from the Set Scottish Texts for National 5 – there are a range of titles and subjects including for example Oxford Reading Tree books, download a quick guide here. We are particularly pleased to have taken this next step in our relationship with Hodder Gibson, audio recording and highlighting tools in Adobe Reader to access the books.
Or mild visual impairment — pattie seems to realise what is going on around her, you can print out the Large Print version and therefore have a Large Print paper copy for the learner. All English Books, dyslexia and ASD. This particularly resonates since Finger, thanks again to VTSS Edinburgh. Better than being at home, you can download the books by clicking the links below. Who have a physical disability or who are blind or partially sighted. Matched the page numbers to the paper books, we have also heard that some pupils on the autistic spectrum find the digital books more accessible than the paper versions.
Thanks once more to Marie Lawson in Shetland for contributing an 18 point Large Print version of National 4 Maths by David Alcorn, published by Hodder Gibson. What Can You See in this Cloud? I’m Telling You, They’re Aliens! Thanks to BrightRED for these PFDs of their Study Guides.