[Athen] Programs for people with low-vision
danc at uw.edu
Tue Jun 9 11:06:48 PDT 2015
I'm curious why DNS is regarded as a solution for someone with low vision.
Why isn't the person using screen magnification such as ZoomText? That also
is an pretty good reading tool when it works.
On Tue, Jun 9, 2015 at 8:38 AM, Liza Eldred <CherniwchanL at macewan.ca> wrote:
> Does anyone know of any alternative programs to Dragon Naturally Speaking
> for someone who has low-vision? Plus the student that I'm working with
> cannot read so having Dragon read the text back to him for proofreading is
> a very lengthy process.
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