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Kurzweil 3000 Assisstive Technology

Kurzweil 3000 Assistive Technology Tool - Resources and Account Request

WHAT IS KURZWEIL 3000? 

Kurzweil 3000 – offers a multisensory approach and multiple means of access to text [print or digital]. Kurzweil 3000. It includes the highest quality optical character recognition (OCR) software available, which reproduces scanned print documents with the exact layout and formatting found in the original.
Tools & Functionality:
  • Simultaneously listen to and read scanned text, image text (such as PDF files), digital files and Internet pages 
  • Access multiple file types that include: EPUB; TXT; HTML; PDF; TIFF; NIMAS; MathML; DOC; RTF; DAISY and ANY scanned paper with text and photos 
  • Visually track words and phrases on screen as they are read aloud 
  • Use colored highlighters and other visual prompts to identify important information 
  • Support strategies for text or recorded note taking, organization, editing 
  • Create MP3 audio files for use with iPods, iPhones and iPads 
  • Take advantage of the language learning supports such as mulitple English and bilingual dictionaries, Google® Translate and voice note tool 
  • Improve study skills by using the research and writing functionalities such as sticky notes, extraction of outlines and column notes, auditory spell check and word prediction 
  • Enter the writing process from multiple points: the graphic organizer, outline or draft views

Kurzweil 3000 User Resources:

Click Here to Register for a UW-Parkside Kurzweil User Account




Keywords:screenreader, screen, reader, kurzweil, accessibility, disability, services,   Doc ID:97611
Owner:Linda W.Group:UW Parkside
Created:2020-02-04 12:11 CSTUpdated:2022-11-15 10:04 CST
Sites:UW Parkside
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