[Athen] Recommendations for "Human Voice" Textbook Reader

Robert Beach rbeach at KCKCC.EDU
Thu Mar 26 11:37:57 PDT 2015

You can try Learning Ally and National Library Services, if you haven't already. American Printing House has some materials, but not usually for the college level.

Robert Lee Beach
Assistive Technology Specialist
Kansas City Kansas Community College
7250 State Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66112
rbeach at kckcc.edu

From: athen-list [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman13.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Yurkovich, Cynthia Ann
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 12:35 PM
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Subject: [Athen] Recommendations for "Human Voice" Textbook Reader


Does anyone in the group have suggestions for alternate format production of textbooks using a "human voice"? We have a student with an auditory processing disability and is struggling with the voices offered on Kurzweil (she has tried them all). Other than having someone read the book and record it, are there other technologies or solutions I can look at?


Cyndi Yurkovich
Alternate Format Coordinator
University of Delaware

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