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Go Dyslexia podcast

By Dr. Erica Warren @ Go Dyslexia

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The Go Dyslexia podcast features discussions with dyslexia experts from around the globe on topics such as assistive technology, entrepreneurship, learning strategies, and cognitive remedial tools. Now, therapists, teachers, parents, and individuals with dyslexia can get advice, strategies, material suggestions and more.

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Smart and Informative

Really interesting and thoughtful podcast. Great presentation and lots of good information. Looking forward to more.

Compelling resource, well presented!

An informative and well presented overview of the enormously useful Voice Dream Reader, an accessibility/assistive learning technology that converts text to speech from a wide variety of sources, by author/developer Winston Chen.

Dr. Warren’s thoughtful interview, and Winston Chen’s entertaining and detailed explanation and demonstration of Voice Dream’s key features, highlight the usefulness of this well designed and implemented resource for people with dyslexia, low vision, or other reading challenges.

Read 50 Books Last with Voice Dream Reader

This is an awesome podcast with my hero Winston Chen. Before Voice Dream Reader(VDR) I struggled to read. 15 minutes and I was asleep. With VDR I read 50 books in that last year. That is more than I have read in my lifetime. I use VDR in combination with Bookshare. Bookshare is free for students and a nominal cost for adults with proof of disability. The 4.0 version even has finger reading for young kids learning to read. I love the highlighting feature. I export all my highlights to Evernote. Great feature for students. The quality of the voice are excellent for adult learners. Some kids may prefer a human voice so you can consider Learning Alley for books on tape. Finally technology is catching up to my dyslexic brain. Thank you Erica and Winston.

Go Dyslexia podcast
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  • Free
  • Category: K-12
  • Language: English

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