The following Assistive Technology workshops are available in the Library:
TextHelp Read & Write
Disability Advice and Support (DAS) is also running study skills workshops for students with Dyslexia and other Specific Learning Differences.
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Include Me and ClaroRead
ClaroRead and Include Me are text-to-speech software that will read out loud on-screen text. This is a practical introduction to their text-to-speech feature. You can book the workshop by clicking on the button below or from the Workshop Calendar.
Transform your spoken words into text so you can focus on getting your ideas down quickly without worrying about typing and spelling. You can also use Dragon to make edits and apply formatting by using voice commands to make it easier create your documents and working word processors, such as Microsoft Word. Dragon also works will Audio Notetaker and other software.
Category: Mind mapping
Mind Mapping can help make your studies more organised, effective and creative. This workshop takes a practical look at how to use mind mapping software to:
Category: Text-to-Speech / Speech-to-text
Read&Write is a toolbar that can help students with dyslexia and other learning difficulties with reading and writing assignments. It can read out loud Web pages, Word documents, Scanned pages and PDFs.
TextHelp Read&Write can also transfer your spoken work into text in Word documents.
Notetalker Edit is a powerful note-making assistive software for both Windows and MAC computers.
This is practical session on how to use Notetalker Edit to:
Audio Notetaker is a powerful note-making assistive software that can enhance your study skills. Its a practical session on how to use Audio Notetaker to:
The 500 Word Club
Join the 500 Word Club where you can bring along your assignment and work on it in an environment where there is support available.
The session is supported by Assistive Technology and CLaSS. We will cover techniques to help you get started with your writing, plan and structure your work and learn how to use assistive software to proceed.
You can book the workshop by clicking on the button below or from the Workshop Calendar.
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