ReadSpeaker’s audio enhanced learning tools are easily integrated into any LMS and the cloud-based solutions ensure that when any course content is updated it is immediately speech enabled.
The ReadSpeaker listen icon will appear in the course window. The learner can then choose whether to activate the ReadSpeaker tools or not. When activated, the ReadSpeaker Listen button can be moved to wherever the learner prefers.
With the easily-integrated, readily-available Listen button, usage is better than the standard audio solution.
Generally the LMS Administrator is responsible for implementing text to speech in an organisation’s LMS. A ReadSpeaker support team is available at any time to help.
All students will benefit from access to speech synthesis solutions, however ReadSpeaker TextAid can be implemented on a student by student basis.
Yes, a math dictionary is part of the standard ReadSpeaker solution. The math dictionary is automatically turned on and reacts to the information being expressions or equations that are rendered in the MathML, LaTex, or MathJax.
Training and onboarding is free! ReadSpeaker believes in supporting our clients for the length of their account.
You can add a link that is available to all students so that when they click on the link, TextAid is deployed in a new window or tab. It is necessary to set the External Learning Tool or App to open in a new window or tab due to Same Site Cookies. The link may reside on a Course Navigation bar, within a group link of Resources, etc.
No, ReadSpeaker does not use EquatiO. ReadSpeaker reads based on MathJax which is the way MathML and LaTex render equations. Many LMSs now have an equation editor built into the WYSIWYG editors that uses MathML or LaTeX as a choice for creating equations.