Access to Education

Accessibility tools for the classroom or homework.
A device that resembles a standard flatbed scanner with large, touch button controls on the front side.

A reading machine capable of recognizing all typed documents that is transportable, and does not need any accessory or peripheral to function. It brings accessibility to users with all types of visual impairment.

A large text box with menu buttons on the first left column under a drawn female's head. There are buttons labeled "read a text" and "Stop speaking", an eraser button, A large font next to a small font, a camera button, a save to disk, and a green copy speak button.

A voice playback software that will read aloud immediately text that is entered or copied using SAPI 5 speech synthesis.

A web page titled "" in French with the header "Our Library Of Free Audio Books" and an option of 21 pages. There are two categories: Art and Adventure. Each category is followed by an alphabetical listing by the author's last name.

A  French catalog of free audiobooks to facilitate access for all and in particular blind and visually impaired users recorded by members of the Federation.

An adapted Perkins typewriter that has a partial blue cover, embosser and paper rest with 6 green keys, space bar, and roller knobs. It has a sheet of paper inserted.

Portable Braille Perkins Typewriter that allows embossing on Braille paper as well as on conventional paper and Dymo tape. 

A laptop with the keyboard being used. On the screen is an algebraic equation written in an extremely large font.

An application that can display captured text in several adjustable modes that are customizable for visually impaired users. It can be used on a PC / laptop with a Microsoft Windows operating system.  


A portable scanning and reading device that reads printed text by pressing a single button. Users can follow the magnified text in high-contrast colors on the built-in screen, or simply listen as the omniReader reads text out loud.

An on-screen keyboard with the label College-Word. The screen is divided into 3 major sections: AZERTY in orange keys at the top and is separated from the lower section by a line of black keys labeled: Geom, Trig, Prob., Funct. and a Latin a- Greek a. The lower left orange keys are Geometric symbols and the blue keys are general Math symbols, even the number pad.

Onscreen keyboard for entering mathematical formulas designed to meet the needs of pupils or students with dyslexic disorders or who need an alternative interface such as for eye gazing. 

The icon for CD-ORD is shown as a book that has its front and back covers held open and the pages are fanning out below them.

Reading and writing tools to help insecure readers and dyslexics on PC and Mac. When CD-ORD is installed on a computer texts can be read everywhere - whether on the web, in digital learning tools, games, in PDF, Office programs. A "Special Needs User Profile" is available with help and support.

A document with menu options for making the document accessible.

A service that puts brochures, flyers, annual reports, and other files in accessible formats. 

Blue text magnified on a yellow background and menu options around the edges of the screen.

An iOS app that works as a handheld electronic magnifier that utilizes the smartphone. It is designed to help people who are visually impaired with Low Vision conditions including AMD (age-related macular degeneration), Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, Cataracts, and color blindness.