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We have found 13 results across our website for keyword ‘Website Tours’ — we have listed these below, ordered by best to least relevant match.

  • Trainee VI Teachers Tour
    A video guided tour of our website, written for people training to be specialist teachers.
  • Trainee VI Teachers Website Tour
    A video guided tour of our website, written for people training to be specialist teachers.
  • Quick Website Tour
    A fast (2 min 40 seconds) tour of the CVI Scotland website, showing you what is where, how to find things and some key features. Read by Gordon Dutton.
  • Quick Website Tour
    A fast (three and a half minute) tour of the CVI Scotland website, showing you what is where, how to find things and some key features. Read by Gordon Dutton.
  • Ranges of Lower Visual Field Impairments Paper
    Introduction to fascinating paper showing some of the different types of lower visual field impairment in children who have white matter damage due to premature birth.
  • Using Videos to Support Learning with CVI
    Videos can help learning with CVI in many ways, including to plan and prepare, review, learn what faces look like, understand facial expressions, and even learn about your own brain.
  • About Us
    The Cerebral Visual Impairment Society of Scotland, explaining who we are and our purpose, that is to share our understanding of CVI and with others develop our understanding of CVI.
  • Issue 9 Cause or Behaviour?
    Newsletter 8 sent 27 February 2018, if your answer to a question is ’because of CVI’ it is likely you are missing a lot about CVI.
  • Newsletter 20 Facial Recognition
    Newsletter 20 considering which of the different CVIs affect facial recognition, emailed to subscribers 28 August 2019.
  • COOL Games Launch Newsletter
    Newsletter to launch COOL Games, sent to subscribers 1 October 2019
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