Picture It helps emerging, beginning and struggling readers with approximately 6,000 Literacy Support Pictures. Picture It software has evolved to version 4, which includes text-to-speech, easy importing.
Co:Writer works in conjunction with any application you write in (MS Word, Online, Blogs, Email, etc.) As you type, Co:Writer interprets spelling and grammar mistakes and offers word suggestions in real time. New features include a word bank, personal dictionaries and text-to-speech capabilities that work in any application including: MS Word, Google Docs, Open Office, Outlook, Internet Explorer, and Firefox.
Use Simon Sounds It Out to learn sounds, build words, practice, discriminate and recall words. Students use a microphone and hear their words read back. Assists students in writing.
Basic math skill software that is fully switch/scan accessible with spoken text and large print.
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 ReadingPen®2 is designed specifically to help readers improve their reading skills. This fully portable scanning device helps with reading fluency and comprehension by providing immediate definitions for scanned text. Scanned text and definitions can be read aloud, allowing readers to maintain their reading flow, even when encountering unfamiliar words.
Use this writing product with many word processing programs to support transcription legibility, spelling accuracy and word fluency through word prediction with an expandable vocabulary. Text-to-speech review of predicted words and text being transcribed is provided.
Cicero allows users to user their computer and scanner to create a reading machine. Cicero translates scanned documents into speech or into a large print text document that can be edited on screen and in viewed in a variety of colors. Cicero also supports refreshable Braille displays so users can scan bills, letters, articles, or other curriculum materials and convert the message into their choice of speech, large print, or Braille. # Scanned documents can be outputted to your word processor for editing or reading. # Save documents and letters so you can read them again later.
The AGC provides the functionality of handheld scientific calculators commonly used in the classroom. Operating on a flexible Windows platform and augmented with audio and tactile feedback, the AGC provides an alternative for people who cannot effectively use a handheld calculator, or those seeking a more interactive interface for math.
The Tiger Software Suite allows users to quickly create Braille transcriptions of text and graphics from within programs such as MS Word and Excel. Users can also print the original text along with the Braille transcription. An assistive technology for writing skills.