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Access Methods: Mouse

From Ace Centre Learning


  • Introductory level
  • 93 places remaining
  • Runs on: 04/05/2022
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Discover more about mouse control as an access method. This course will introduce solutions that can improve accuracy and control when using a mouse.

Course aim:

To introduce Mouse control as an access method and adaptations that can enable the user to improve their control.

You will learn:

  • Adaptations that can help to improve mouse skills
  • Hardware and software solutions that help with some difficulties using the mouse
  • To recognise mouse alternatives that are available

Course includes:

A live webinar. This webinar complements the self-directed online study course.

Suitable for:

Anyone wanting to learn more about adaptations that can be made to mouse control to make it easier to use for people with physical difficulties. This webinar will enable you to work towards the following:

IPAACKS competencies:

Identifying Needs

  • Aware of the role that technology can play in supporting education and participation
  • Knowledge of a range of different access methods
  • Aware of the underpinning knowledge required by the person using AT

Facilitating Learning

  • Aware of what AT is and that it can help people who have access and learning support needs

Special requirements:

You will be required to use one of the following web browsers: Chrome, Microsoft Edge, FireFox, Safari or Safari Mobile

Time: 12pm – 12.30 pm (a link will be available in the course when you log in)

Cost: Free

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Exploring access and control of technology using adaptations to standard equipment.

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