BSL Glossary launches Environmental Science
Royal Society and Scottish Sensory Centre team up to ‘rewild’ British Sign Language with 200 new signs for common environmental terms.
The first two hundred signs, themed around biodiversity, ecosystems, the physical environment and pollution, have now launched.BSL Environment Home
April 2024 onwards
Braille Competency Courses: for sighted learners to support individuals with visual impairments
27th Feb 2024
Sight & Sound: JAWS and Fusion Update
5th Mar 2024
LEGO Braille Bricks Research results
HE Students with VI Research: Prof John Ravenscroft is involved in a new research project looking for university students with vision impairment (VI), adults with VI who have completed a university degree within the last 5 years, professionals from national organisations and university staff to participate in the first phase. For more details, please email email@example.com
SSC Bulletin: November 2023
Would you like to find out more about new advances in knowledge regarding Sensory Impairment?
Our colleagues working in research across the world are constantly adding to this knowledge. We are here to help you to find out about new ideas.Find out more
SSC's BSL Glossary team have collected and created British Sign Language Terms for Curriculum Topics: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics and Physics. And now the award-winning topics Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Data Science.
Includes examples and laboratory clips for students of science subjects.Find out more
Missed an event? We have materials and recordings from a number of professional learning courses available to view on our website.
Recordings and materials are available from a number of SSC professional learning events and webinars.Find out more
We have a number of publications and resources produced as part of our many projects are freely available on our website: from our Play DVDs to How Good is Our Sensory Service? document launched in May 2019.
Materials are also available from a number of SSC professional learning events and webinars. We also host the SAVIE (Scottish Association of Visual Impairment Education) website.