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Educational Example of Using Speech to Text and Dictation

When a student becomes frustrated expressing their ideas in writing in their primary learning medium and it has negative implications on learning and their...
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SoloLearn Programming App Review

I've been working towards learning more about programming and coding languages outside of the classroom, because I want to stand out more when applying for...
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Completing a Science Research Project using Text to Speech and Magnification

When assistive technology is integrated into the regular education classroom, students with low vision can access print materials to complete science projects...
Dr. Jackson holding an iPad using VoiceDream Reader app with enlarged print & inverted colors for Audio-Supported Reading..

Getting Started with Audio-Supported Reading

GETTING STARTED WITH ASR Introduction Audio-Supported Reading (ASR) is a technology-based approach for accessing and working with text presented in either...
MAP field testing at GMS: Brian listening to an 8th grader who just completed MAP assessment on an iPad with VoiceOver

Accessibility of MAP Assessments Series #2: Q&A

In the first Paths to Technology post on the Accessibility of MAP Assessments series, we learned that the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) has created...
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“While AT includes a set of federally mandated services and equipment for students with disabilities, the term also refers to valuable tools and strategies for...