New Learning

July 17, 2009

Text to Speech/ Literacy Support Software at King George V College

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Julie Catterall ,  Head of Learning Support at King George V College, talks about their use of Text to Speech/Literacy Support Software.

Julie explains how the software makes text from a website, or electronic document, more accessible. Although this software is specificity designed for those with reading and writing difficulties, Julie explains how it could be beneficial for all students. Julie goes on to elaborate on how this type of software can support independence for students with specific learning difficulties.

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