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Our approach to the emerging global reality…


Considering the current local/global pace of change and recognizing that there are increasingly fewer secure jobs, businesses, and/or markets, we believe that the best way to prepare one and all for the future is to enhance and accelerate the way we think, learn, understand and express what we know and what we want to say so that we are effectively prepared for the future, regardless of its permutations.





>>>>> ANNOUNCING for 2017 <<<<<


As of Jan 01, 2017 Quillsoft Ltd, developers of WordQ, SpeakQ and ThoughtQ, have formally resumed sales, support, marketing and distribution.

Quillsoft and our all of our Distribution partners are looking forward to continuing the level of support and quality customer experience that has been the cornerstone of WordQ's success. ST4 Learning has entered into a long term agreement to be our Exclusive (Sole Provider) Distribution Agent for the US and its Territories.



Productivity tool for college/university, business and professional writers




How do you find what you do not know? 'Thought triggers' to begin the research/draft writing process



External News
  • Dyslexia – what does it mean and how can you help?    (Thu 15 of June, 2017)
    UNISON has launched a new online training module to help union members and activists support colleagues who have, or suspect they have, dyslexia and to better understand the condition. It is a short, informal module, designed to allow learners to work through an overview of the topic at their own pace, and features a series of activities and video interviews with UNISON members. It explores what it’s like to have dyslexia and the legal obligations and protections for people with the condition. It also includes tips on making union branch communications dyslexia-friendly. It and similar online modules can be found on the web at learning.unison.org.uk. This is a member-only site and you will need to register if you haven’t already. There is a prompt that will take you to an easy-to-use r...MedWorm Message: Have you tried our new medical search engine? More powerful than before. Log on with your social media account. 100% free.
  • Socioeconomic background linked to reading improvement    (Sun 11 of June, 2017)
    (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) MIT neuroscientists have found that dyslexic children from lower income families responded much better to a summer reading program than children from a higher socioeconomic background. Using MRI data, the team also found anatomical changes in the brains of children whose reading abilities improved -- in particular, a thickening of the cortex in parts of the brain known to be involved in reading. (Source: EurekAlert! - Social and Behavioral Science)
  • Tell me what languages you know and I ' ll tell you how you read    (Tue 09 of May, 2017)
    The languages we speak influence several factors that we rely on for our ability to read, such as visual attention and phonological processes. So concludes a new study that could have implications in teaching and in the diagnosis of dyslexia and other reading problems. (Source: ScienceDaily Headlines)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas presents too.
  • Tell me what languages you know and I'll tell you how you read    (Mon 08 of May, 2017)
    (FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology) The languages we speak influence several factors that we rely on for our ability to read, such as visual attention and phonological processes. So concludes a new study that could have implications in teaching and in the diagnosis of dyslexia and other reading problems. (Source: EurekAlert! - Medicine and Health)
  • Richard Branson Shares Details About His Experience With Dyslexia    (Tue 02 of May, 2017)
    Richard Branson wants people to think of dyslexia&nbsp;as an asset, not a weakness. The founder of Virgin recently&nbsp;described his experience&nbsp;with the disorder in a blog post for the U.K.&rsquo;s Sunday Times, right before launching a new charity for dyslexia&nbsp;on Tuesday.&nbsp; Branson wrote that his dyslexia was &ldquo;treated as a handicap&rdquo;&nbsp;in school, which he stopped attending as a teenager. &ldquo;There were some subjects where I drew a complete blank,&rdquo; he wrote. &ldquo;[Math] just didn&rsquo;t make sense to me. I once did an IQ test and the questions seemed absurd. For years I hadn&rsquo;t been able to work out the difference between gross and net.&rdquo; However, the symptoms of dyslexia ― like slow reading, confusion with math and difficulty processing...MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas presents too.