[Athen] Any Listings of Free Assistive Technologies?
kerscher at montana.com
Tue Nov 11 16:36:42 PST 2008
To produce DAISY content to go along with AMIS, you might mention the Save
as DAISY from Microsoft Word and also for Open Office. There is also a open
source reader for the Mac, called Oleria, which is new. Also some browser
add ins to read through Firefox. Oh, and the DAISY Pipeline for document
Check it out at http://www.daisy.org/projects.
And the Mac stuff at: http://www.cucat.org/projects/Olearia
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> Behalf Of Al Puzzuoli
> Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 4:32 PM
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> Subject: [Athen] Any Listings of Free Assistive Technologies?
> Hi everyone,
> I'll soon be giving a presentation regarding Assistive Technologies
> the computer that are freely available. So far, I intend to touch on
> the technologies listed below; However, I would welcome any additions,
> or pointers to lists of such technologies already compiled on the net.
> So far, I intend to cover:
> 1. System Access to Go
> 2. NVDA or nonvisual Desktop Access
> 3. ReadPlease text reading software.
> 4. The AMIS Daisy Reader
> 5. Orca, a screen reader for the Gnome Desktop Environment.
> 6. VoiceOver screen reader for the Mac
> What am I missing?
> Al Puzzuoli
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