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Speech recognition software enhanced for K12

 The new version includes a more intuitive user interface, a new accent model tuned for younger speakers, and special pricing for individual students and entire schools.  
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In conjunction with its launch of Dragon NaturallySpeaking version 11, Nuance Communications, Inc. has introduced a series of new capabilities and licensing programs designed for K-12 school communities. The new version includes a more intuitive user interface, a new accent model tuned for younger speakers, and special pricing for individual students and entire schools.

By eliminating the physical demands of typing and the cognitive barriers to written communication, Dragon offers an alternative for students to deliver more thorough written work since they can focus on their thoughts, rather than the worry of transferring those thoughts to the written word.

Nuance offers both individual and volume license discounts for students, teachers and administrators. For additional information, visit www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking.

To view a video testimonial of 12-year old Gregory Robinson explaining how Dragon NaturallySpeaking affects his schoolwork, visit www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking.

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