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Kurzweil 3000 - Web based text to speech for Instructors

Kurzweil is an educational or assistive technology, which provides a reading, writing and study platform aimed at people with learning disabilities or other disabilities that make reading or writing difficult. Kurzweil 3000 is often used to support those with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and English language learners. Kurzweil 3000 can read aloud web-based, digital or scanned print material, convert web-based, digital or scanned print materials into mp3 to provide audible files to listen to on the go or through its firefly web app can be read on an iPad.
UW-Parkside Instructors/Staff have the ability to upload, store and efficiently distribute material from a single repository on the web and the universal library. And Google Drive, Bookshare, Computer, and Upload features allow users to upload and open material for their own use, or to share with others. 
To register for a UW-Parkside Kurzweil 3000 user account, click on the registration link below:

Kurzweil 3000 User Resources:

KeywordsKurzweil 3000 text speech accessibility disability services   Doc ID97427
OwnerLinda W.GroupUW Parkside
Created2020-01-28 11:05 CSTUpdated2022-09-02 14:18 CST
SitesUW Parkside
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