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Helping SEND Pupils by Integrating Technology in Teaching

In this article we’ll discuss how to better integrate technology into teaching to support pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).

Boosting Specialist Cybercrime Capabilities through Regional Special Operations Units

39% of businesses in the North East identified cyber security breaches or attacks in 2020. In this case study we’ll look at how regional special operations units are improving defences against cyber crime.

Digital Policing: Using Mobile Technology in Crime Scene Investigation

This case study will emphasise the need to incorporate digital technology in crime scene investigations. It uses the Regional Scientific Support Service (RSSS) of Yorkshire as an example of how digital technology can be used effectively in CSI.

Promoting Digital Literacy in the Police & Criminal Justice Workforce

Technology presents massive opportunities in criminal justice. This article will examine the role of digital technology in modern policing, whilst outlining training methods of the College of Policing in digital literacy.

Using Technology to Improve Communication Between Health and Social Care Providers 

When implemented effectively, technology can be used in the NHS to improve communication between health and social care providers. This case study looks at the expansion of the East London patient records.

The NHS App: Harnessing Digital, Data and Technology in Healthcare

The NHS App is transforming the healthcare experience by embracing the latest tech and constantly improving data use. This case study provides an overview of the functions of the app.

What Can Technology Offer Learners With SEND?

Children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) often have the capacity to master high-level content. We spoke to John Galloway from the London Grid for Learning about ways to support children and young people with SEND.