Literacy software boosts writing support

 Kurzweil Educational Systems has released Kurzweil 3000 Version 12 for Windows.
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 Kurzweil Educational Systems has released Kurzweil 3000 Version 12 for Windows, a literacy learning tool. Students with learning disabilities, students who have the cognitive ability but not the reading ability to learn from grade-level content, and second language learners are among the student populations that can benefit from the use of Kurzweil 3000.

New features and enhancements include:

  • Expanded writing support, including an enhanced writing toolbar
  • Text translation on-the-fly with Google® Translate
  •  Ability to read MathML
  • Expanded eContent support
  • Additional digital file support for PDF, Daisy 2, Daisy 3, and NIMAS
  • A Picture Dictionary containing 1,300+ images supporting English and Spanish
  • Pronunciations for over 64,000 words from American Heritage® Dictionary
  •  Comprehensive set of brainstorm and outline writing templates

 For more information visit www.kurzweiledu.com/generalrelease

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