The task of helping struggling readers stay motivated and at grade level is a difficult one. ReadSpeaker TextAid helps teachers, institutions, and parents face accessibility challenges with its reading, writing, and studying tool, helping those with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, and language learners to become confident, autonomous learners.
Users listen to an audio version of assignments, textbooks, web pages, scanned notes, personal documents, and more, while reading along with the highlighted text.
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No. The first time you click on TextAid your account is created. After that you can bookmark the link or use the extension without going through your LMS. If you see a login message when you access TextAid, click on the Login link and enter your institutional email address and LMS password.
A TextAid coordinator or administrator can share books and documents with students. The materials will show under their TextAid library tab “Shared with me.” Students cannot re-share these materials or move them to their OneDrive or Google Drive.
You can add the External Learning Tool to the Global menus in the same way that you add them to course navigation.
If you use a Google domain for your institution, then you can deploy the TextAid extension to all students or a select group of students by doing a force+pin to their Chrome Browser.
Yes. Use the Snapshot tool on the TextAid extension and draw a box around the text. The text will be OCRed (Optical Character Recognition) and read out loud.