[Athen] Irlen syndrome

David Bevivino david_bevivino at fitnyc.edu
Tue Apr 14 09:43:25 PDT 2015


Did your university purchase a site license for Read and Write gold? I did
and I made the software available on our school site for any student to
download. Use can use a tool provided by R&W to create take home versions
of the software for students. It even lets your create a software key that
is only good for a set amount of time. This way they can only have the
software while they are a student.

D.J. Bevivino

Counselor Associate

Office of Disability Services, FIT-ABLE

A570 (5th Floor Bridge between A-B Buildings)


On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 7:06 PM, Leyna Bencomo <lbencomo at uccs.edu> wrote:

> I have a new student who is able to read more clearly and accurately using

> a cyan transparency over printed material. I know that Read & Write Gold

> has a very nice masking tool to use on the screen which works great for her

> on campus computers. However, the student is wanting the same sort of

> function on her own laptop (pc). Does anyone know of any cheap or freeware

> that masks the color of the screen? I've found a couple of apps for

> iphones but nothing else.



> Leyna Bencomo

> Assistive Technology Specialist, Information Technology

> University of Colorado Colorado Springs

> lbencomo at uccs.edu

> (719) 255-4202




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