Student tools for homework

Tools to help a student with limitations to complete out-of-class work to further their education.
One hand of an individual holding the Maggie magnifier over a portion of a book which is held in the other hand of the individual, The Maggie has a white screen showing magnified wording from the book.

Portable electronic magnifier for individuals with low vision or macular degeneration.

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A portable video magnifier for people with vision impairments that features a 12-inch full-HD display and magnification up to 19x.

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A series of apps for the iPad and Windows devices that have been specifically designed to support pupils through the process of writing.

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An app designed for children and adults with dyslexia to help them write without spelling errors. It uses a word prediction engine and spelling error model to help users write, even if their spelling isn't correct.

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An app designed for people who struggle with writing due to learning disabilities such as dyslexia. It helps people write and take notes in both an educational and professional setting.

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A simple word processor with reading options suitable for people who have difficulty communicating and learning literacy in a conventional way, such as people with dyslexia, people without speech, and people who have difficulty acquiring phonological awareness. The program produces an auditory return and helps them to self-correct.

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An online library of books narrated by trained readers and edited by speech-language pathologists designed for older students reading at elementary school levels.

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An introduction to the keyboard by using speech, phonics, and Widgit Symbols in colorful letter exercises to teach literacy skills to users who have difficulty with text or communication.

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An accessible learning environment for children with special needs. It combines tablet apps and a wireless smart toy to encourage children's interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

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A word completion program designed for use by individuals with learning disabilities or upper extremity disabilities, slow typists, poor spellers, and/or those that need word suggestions.