Access to Education

Accessibility tools for the classroom or homework.
Detailed description of lessons and modules.

Interactive, visual-based software that gives students an easy-to-use, engaging tool to help them learn the curriculum, develop skills and demonstrate understanding.

Large, yellow rectangular software box with screen shot of MAGic software menu on cover.

A screen magnification and screen reading program for low vision computer users.

A small rectangular device with a blue led light shining on its front. This hole is the first in a line of holes going down the front but is not lit. Next to this device is a small c-shaped receptacle with an attached metal loop.

A device that combines OCR with computer vision and artificial intelligence technology to read printed text from any surface and to convert the text to speech.


Nutrition facts and ingredients of a food product magnified on a phone screen.

An app with a built-in flashlight/torch. It reads tiny print and can be used at restaurants, movie theaters, or anywhere else with low light.

A mobile phone's screen featuring menu options, including play, share, link Dropbox and delete.

An accessible recorder that has been created with speed and ease of use in mind. Its menus are very comprehensive and graphics have been minimalized to ensure swift navigation for users with screen reading. 

The Voices & Languages page, which features voices such as a British male, a child, a U.S. female, and other voices, with languages below. 

An intelligent text-to-speech audio-reader that turns reading material into interactive audiobooks so that users can save time, retain more information, and stay focused. Speechify can read books, documents, and articles while users cook, work out, commute, or any other activity.

Two computer screens side-by-side with the same pop-up menu on each. The menu on the first screen has a large blue circle over the buttons. The second menu shows the circle as clear but the buttons under it are magnified and easily read.

Software used as an adaptable aid to improve the pointing accuracy of the user by increasing the screen size under the cursor to a scale from 20 to 128.

The text Portanum written in two colors and on one and a half lines: Porta is printed in green; then without space, the letters N and u follow and are written in light purple. The final letter m drops down to the next half-line and is written there, in white,  inside a light-purple triangle. Written in small letters on the same line and preceding the triangle-m in French: Software help for vision.

A vision aid software designed to help the reading of distant documents (charts or video projection screen). 

A man is sitting at a desk with his left hand on the bottom edge of a paper and his right on a keyboard that is sitting on top of a braille display. The paper is under a camera for OCR.

A text recognition software that uses a scanner to have text documents read aloud. iRead is optimized for use with screen readers such as ZoomText, SuperNova, Jaws, etc. 

A device that resembles a standard flatbed scanner with large, touch button controls on the inclined, front side.

A portable device that scans, with the camera scanner connected or using the built-in scanner bed for bulkier materials, and then reads the printed texts in a voice and language opted by the user.