Craig shows us how to use the bookmarks feature in Kurzweil 3000. Check it out! To learn more about the Kurzweil 3000 program, visit the Kurzweil Education website.
Posts with the reading tag
Dyslexie: a font to help dyslexics read better
Did you know the term “dyslexia” is derived from the Latin word “dys,” which translates to difficult, and the Greek word “lexia,” which translates to words? Therefore, the meaning of dyslexia literally translates to “difficulty with words.” Roughly 10 percent of the world’s population is affected by this learning disability, which makes it difficult to read and write. Dutch […]
Tech Tip: Onyx HD Video Magnifier
Greg Blackman from Eye Can See shows us the video magnifier Onyx HD by Freedom Scientific. Check it out!
Smarty Ears: Apps for Aphasia
Over the past few years, the company Smarty Ears has aimed to help individuals with communication issues. They have created several educational apps to help promote speech and language skills for individuals with aphasia, apraxia, dysphagia and more. Visitors of the website will be able to search for apps by specific area including: AAC Aphasia Apps Apraxia Autism […]
Prodigi: Personal Vision Assistant
HumanWare provides assistive technology for individuals who are blind or visually impaired as well as students with disabilities. Recently the company has reinvented the electronic magnifier to bring you a simpler, more portable vision and reading system. Prodigi Duo is a 2-in-1 touch-controlled personal vision assistant which doubles as both a desktop and tablet (handheld video magnifier.) With Prodigi, users […]