[Athen] Text to Speech Reader

Lisa Brandt lisa.brandt1 at pcc.edu
Fri Feb 12 15:08:02 PST 2016

Fortunately, the question these days is more likely, "What WON'T provide
TTS for him?"

If he already has a small device that he usually carries with him, like a
smartphone or a tablet, it might be useful to find something that works
with that, so that he can take his synthetic speech with him while he's

On Fri, 12 Feb 2016 08:51:55 -0800, Dori Lloyd
<dori_lloyd at davidsonccc.edu> wrote:

> An instructor of ours has had an unexpected health event that will leave

> him without a voice for a while. We are starting to investigate some

> text to speech readers that >he can use in his classroom to communicate

> with his students. I am turning to the experts for any suggestions.

> Your comments are greatly appreciated. Thanks!


> Dori

Lisa Brandt, PCC Disability Services
Accessibility Technician
Alternate Media Formats Technician
SE SCOMM 112 | SY CC 260

Assistive Technology Support and Appointments:
access-tech-group at pcc.edu
971-722-TECH (971-722-8324)
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