Our text-to-speech assistive technology improves learning outcomes in the workplace.Provide accessibility and inclusion Make coursework engaging Improve employee performance Support staff with disabilities and respect ADA requirements
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Readspeaker text-to-speech technology supports corporate training initiatives by allowing employees to listen to any text, using high quality natural-sounding voices.
Make training more enjoyable, engaging, and easy to access for all types of learners, including people with disabilities.
Support employee’s unique learning needs with audio by speech enabling training and onboarding guides, books, web content, job applications, PowerPoints, user guides, policies and procedures, and more.
Improve employee performance by helping to ensure employees understand and retain training and learning material.
Cost effectively create on-demand voice talent using human-like voices for ever-changing content.
Natural-sounding voices are the key to cost-efficient and effective assistive technology. Listen to our award-winning voices and try our leading voice-enabled learning tools.
Listen to content in 50+ languages and 200+ voices. Text is highlighted to read along as you listen
“Because Jutten’s strategy consists of doing more international business, text-to-speech technology makes the company much more flexible. We no longer have to search for voice actors, and are in a position to produce audio faster and make corrections if necessary.”
“After researching providers we found they had the licensing model and feature set that provided the best fit for our needs. It gave us a feature we needed to enhance the user experience and learner outcomes.”
“We work with students who have varying levels of English proficiency. When we show teachers and their students the simple text-to-speech and translation functions within ReadSpeaker, we are greeted with smiles, deep appreciation and even applause. ReadSpeaker is essential to the work we do.”
ReadSpeaker has been bringing text to speech to education for over 20 years. Contact us to learn more about how audio can help your students and your organization succeed.
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Accessible learning means that all learners, including disabled and disadvantaged learners, are provided with the tools they need to access content to the same extent as their peers.
Inclusive training courses result in improved employee satisfaction and performance. Accessible design leads to improvements in staff experience and in turn, loyalty.
For employees with disabilities or language challenges, such improvements are essential for them to complete required training.
For employees that are required to complete regular, content intensive training such as nurses, doctors and lawyers, being able to consume content audibly is a significant advantage and helps them successfully keep their training up to date.
Accessibility in e-learning revolves around designing courses with inclusivity in mind and using technology to create training content that can be used by all learners, even those with physical or cognitive disabilities.
Inclusion in the workplace must be embraced from the top down. Direction from management to make the workplace accessible will allow human resources and department heads to provide assistive technology for training and for an employee to better fulfill his or her role.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides “academic adjustments, reasonable accommodations, and auxiliary aids” for those with physical or cognitive disabilities.
Assistive technologies such as text to speech are an integral part of these measures that provide equal opportunity in the workplace and in education.