CLiCk, Speak is an open source, freely available extension for the Firefox web browser. It is part of the CLC-4-TTS Suite of products, it features a mouse driven interface, and it reads web pages - hence its name. CLiCk, Speak is designed for sighted users who want text-to-speech functionality. It doesn't identify elements or announce events - two features that are important for visually impaired users but unnecessary for sighted users. It also has a simplified, mouse driven interface that is designed to be easy for users familiar with point-and-click graphical user interfaces.
Use this program's structured format to design writing activities for students by guiding them through planning, organizing and preparing a first draft. Both graphic and outline formats assist in the writing process. Writing genre templates available.
Read:OutLoud 6 can help provide access to the new electronic books required in IDEA, and the included web browser makes the internet fully accessible. Read:OutLoud provides accessibility supports like text-to-speech and study tools that help you read with comprehension. Read:OutLoud 6 includes an improved accessible web browser that is now compatible on Mac and Windows. Includes support for NIMAS and DAISY files as well as one-click access to Bookshare.
The Medialexie Scribe 2012 is a unique software designed to support individuals in reading and written language activities. With text-to-speech, speech-to-text, word prediction, note-taking, and phonetic transcription tools, the Medialexie Scribe 2012 allows students to access and use core content independently.
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Kurzweil 1000 is software that makes scanned print or electronic text accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired. Features and appointment calendar with audible reminders, study tools for notetaking and creating outlines, and an audible text editor for document creation. Allows users to convert Kurzweil documents into MP3, WAV and DAISY audio files. For reading and writing.
The VP SpotDot combines a standard color printer with a Braille embosser. The printed documents appear visually-identical to those from a standard inkjet printer, but the embosser also impacts the paper so printed features are raised for touch. Use VP SpotDot to create embossed color images and diagrams, raised text and math characters and to translate and print Braille.
World's largest online accessible library of copyrighted content for people with print disabilities. Collection has over 90,000 digital books including textbooks, children's books, literature, popular books, special collections, newspapers and magazines that can be easily downloaded in DAISY or BRF formats. Membership is free for U.S. students with qualified print disabilities, and members get free reading software for PC and Mac.
Mac OS X Snow Leopard includes VoiceOver 3 - an updated version of Apple's screen-access technology. VoiceOver 3 includes new features such as gesture support, braille display mirroring, spoken hints, autospeaking web pages, web page summaries, web table support, customizable verbosity and more. Additional new features allow collaboration between sighted and low-vision users by providing visual cues, captions, and a braille panel.
Closed captioning and subtitling software. MacCaption (Mac) and CaptionMaker (PC) come in many different versions. The right software for you depends on what format(s) you want to deliver with captions and/or subtitles.