Level the playing field for all students by instantly creating an audio version of exams, tests, quizzes, assignments and other assessments.Accommodations budget and resource management Improved exam results Confidence and autonomy Customizable features accessible directly within the learning environment
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Exams, Assessments, and Accommodations
Help students understand instructions and exam questions, while freeing up proctors to focus on monitoring and evaluating learning.
Make study tools accessible and effective, improving learning results for all students.
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Assistive technology includes hardware, software and services that are used to support students with disabilities, whether cognitive or physical. They may include tools such as text to speech, speech to text, read aloud functionalities, page masking, special fonts, and word prediction capabilities, among others.
Assistive technology and text to speech is a key element in accommodations. It can be integrated into LMSs and assessment platforms to level the playing field for all students.
Assistive technology tools using speech synthesis allow educational institutions to relieve staff from reading out text to individuals for assessments or assignments. This allows the institution to manage their budgets and resources more efficiently.
Assistive technology supports children in the classroom and at home by providing tools that help with reading, decoding and other cognitive disabilities that affect a student’s ability to consume content rather than understand it. These tools level the playing field for a child with learning disabilities and help him or her stay at peer level in all subjects.
Assistive technology tools that use speech synthesis can be included in a student’s IEP plan, giving them autonomy for studying and allowing struggling readers to be assessed fairly.
ReadSpeaker is embedded in quizzes in all major LMSs. For Respondus LockDown Browser or other locked browsers, the student will see the Listen button or will click the Activation Tab which launches the Listen button. In most LMSs, the student will need to highlight what they want to read and then click Listen.