UCL Multimedia develops a wide range of Multimedia Applications, which are deployed to support and enhance Teaching & Learning, R&D and Academic Research across UCL.
Teaching & Learning
Multimedia Applications come in a wide range of varieties and complexities, ranging from small educational games to help in teaching and learning, such as those developed for the ATLAS Language Project.
We also develop much larger applications such as the ongoing ‘Read-Right’ project developed in conjunction with UCL Institute of Neurology (ION) with the aim of using a web-based therapy to help stroke survivors to read again. Projects such as these require a multitude of different disciplines such as extensive R&D; web design; graphic design; video production and software engineering.
After the initial demonstration website was created in 2007, the project has now been developed further over the last three years after receiving a substantial funding grant from The Stroke Association.
The Read-Right website (www.readright.ucl.ac.uk) and free web-based therapy were officially launched to the general public in June 2010. Since then Read-Right has received notable praise and was featured in the national press in a recent 'Mail On Sunday' newspaper article.
Watch Video: Find out more about Read-Right
In the first instance, please contact us using the following contact details, and we will be happy to discuss your individual requirements.
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