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Created by my education technology graduate students
Read more in “This Man Invented a Font to Help People With Dyslexia Read” http://themighty.com/2014/11/this-man-invented-a-font-to-help-people-with-dyslexia-read/#/utm_sguid=146698,df022abd-dacb-3fd5-7fb6-efc2ca1de2d6
I am never failing to be amazed by the new platforms created by GOOGLE.
Check out this new tool:
Read & Write – An Accessibility App for Google Docs
Some of the accessibility options include a picture dictionary and a talking dictionary. To use either dictionary just highlight a word then click on the dictionary that you want to use. The dictionary that you select will pop-up in your document. Read & Write will also read the text of your documents aloud. In the settings menu you can select from nine voices and three playback speeds. Learn more about Read & Write in the video below.
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