A free, open-source ebook reader for Android. Go Read is optimized for visually-impaired readers and usable by anyone. The app connects directly to online libraries, like Bookshare, and allows you to download and listen to eBooks in seconds.
A USB stick software that has text to speech for user's selected word(s) and voice recognition for control of writing, and which also allows the user to read along, all in response to the needs of users with dyslexia or reading difficulties.
A multi-media device designed for people with a visual or reading impairment to enable them to access audio information and entertainment, including content available on the Internet, without using a computer.
A web-based screen reader for the web. It requires no special software to be installed on the client machine and, therefore, enables blind people to access the web from any computer they happen to have access to that has a sound card. Visit wa.cs.washington.edu to access WebAnywhere directly.
A cloud-based language and literacy support toolbar for publishers and platform providers that offers a suite of support functions designed to help improve student performance by making online learning and assessment platforms more accessible.
Computer software designed to help fill out and create forms on the computer. Use the form-filler for preprinted or blank paper forms or for filling out electronic forms of any type (DOC, TXT, XLS, PDF, etc.).
A word prediction program designed to help those who can type using a standard keyboard but their typing is too slow or they want to improve their typing speed or accuracy, such as people with Repetitive Trauma Syndrome. It is also a text to speech reading program.
Software that predicts and auto-completes words and phrases that a user intended to type anywhere. It works by analyzing the screen context and user's typing history. This makes typing faster, more intelligent and reduces effort. Typing Assistant is optimized for translators to use seamlessly in CAT programs.