[Athen] Innovative technology
kruzel at augsburg.edu
Wed Oct 3 06:57:16 PDT 2018
Snap&Read is another literacy support tool. It tends to be used more in the
K-12 environment than in higher ed. I haven't heard many rumors that they
are trying to break into the higher ed market given the strong holds that
Kurzweil and Read&Write has. This product has a few features neither of
these products have. I only know of one school that has a license of it and
it is mostly for use in office.
What type of innovative tech are you seeking?
*Rachel Kruzel, ATP **| Assistive Technology & Accommodations Specialist*
*Assistive Technology Professional, RESNA Certified*
CLASS Office (Disability Resources) | Augsburg University
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On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 6:50 PM Kluesner, Bryon <Bryon-Kluesner at utc.edu>
> Hi all,
> I am seeking info about any new and/or innovative technology available for
> our students.Anything you can share with me? I have a 7 min overview time
> slotted in a monthly staff meeting. Do any of you use Snap and Read?
> Snap&Read Universal <https://snapandread.com/>
> Read aloud (TTS) accessible and inaccessible text (OCR), simplify
> difficult vocabulary, and translate English into other languages.
> Bryon Kluesner, RhD
> Adaptive Technology Coordinator
> Disability Resource Center
> Adjunct Professor
> College of Health, Education & Professional Studies
> University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
> 103 Frist Hall
> Chattanooga, TN 37403
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