Text to speech is used in different ways, for different users. Students, business people, multi-taskers, language learners and struggling readers alike will find a multitude of benefits. Find out how with our complete resource library.
"Accessible publishing is central to the mission of academic publishing, and to the vision of most publishing organizations. So, it’s high time to bring accessibility out of the margins and into our daily lives..." Read the full article about accessibility and publishing here.
Dr. Trish Trifilo of Wayland Baptist University and Paul Stisser of ReadSpeaker explain what Universal Design for Learning is, how it helps all students be successful, the legal implications of accessibility and how to begin integrating it into the Blackboard LMS with ReadSpeaker's text-to-speech tools.
The Virtual High School’s long standing partnership with ReadSpeaker text-to-speech solutions are an exemplary case of how educational technology can improve learning outcomes, increase motivation and self-esteem in a cost efficient way.
Should we use computers to help children learn to read? How does read aloud technology help struggling readers? Should text to speech be used for students other than struggling readers? Dr Parr, expert in using text to speech for educational purposes gives us her view on using computers for learning.
This webinar presents ReadSpeaker TextAid, a complete reading, writing and studying solution which integrates leading text-to-speech functionalities to help those with learning disabilities become confident, autonomous learners.
Bimodal presentation refers to information that is presented in both audio and visual formats at the same time, such as listening to a text while reading along with the highlighted words. This report summarizes the various research studies in support of bimodal content presentation.