Kurzweil 3000 is a suite of digital tools designed to help students who struggle with reading, writing, study skills, and test-taking.
This suite of digital tools is designed for literacy support and students who struggle with reading, writing, study skills, and test taking.
Although Adobe recently beefed up its free Acrobat Reader, that version still does not allow for PDF creation or text and image editing.
If you require particular reading and writing support unavailable with your current Mac word processor, then perhaps AssistiveWare’s new Wrise word processor may be the right choice for you.
Products available in the Kurzweil 3000(K3000) family include standalone andWeb-license versions for Windowsand Mac, and a network version forWindows servers.
Project-based learning for K-12 students has received aboost with Adobe Voice and Office Mix, two new storytellingapplications from Adobe and Microsoft.
In early summer 2013, Adobe revamped its product line byconverting its desktop applications into a subscription-basedonline experience known as Creative Cloud (CC).
Read&Write Gold for PC bundles severalelectronic tools in a flexible floatingdesktop toolbar with customizable supporttargeting skills for reading, writing,research, and study.
Microsoft OfficeStandard2013 andMicrosoft OfficeProfessional2013 are twotools for achieving learninggoals.
These suites enable users to create and share written work, spreadsheets, charts, and electronic slideshows more easily than ever before.
Pixorial is a Web-based movie editor and hosting service with friendly options for tweaking, organizing and sharing clips uploaded from desktops, digital cameras and Webcams.
Pixorial is a movie editor and hosting service withfriendly options for tweaking, organizing, and sharingclips uploaded from desktops, digital cameras, andWebcams.
Since 2007, iOS features, apps, and signature manipulations through multi-touch gestures have increasingly appeared in OS X.
Vernier’s new LabQuest 2 handheld data collection interface connects to over 70 optional probes and sensors to support STEM education and motivate self-directed learning.
Don Johnston’s new Snap&Read delivers text-to-speech in a simple package that installs as a two-button toolbar floating over any open desktop or laptop application.