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Special Services » Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

Bookshare : An accessible online library for people with print disabilities
30/30 - An app that creates schedules to help with time management
Google Chrome Read&Write  :  Provides personalized support to make documents, webpages and common file types in Google Drive more accessible
Google Keep :  A free Google extension for quick note taking, To Do lists, and easily arranging lists and images
OpenDyslexic : An open source font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia - An application that temporarily allows you to block out distractions on your computer, including websites and applications to help focus and finish your work sooner.  Great for anyone who gets distracted easily online! - Take notes in meetings, lectures and records audio to track with your typing.  During playback, just click a word and SoundNote jumps right to the proper time in audio.  Awesome for taking notes! - A free flashcard tool that uses an algorithm to schedule the best time for a card to come up for review - difficult cards that tend to be forgotten quickly are scheduled more often, while simpler ones that are remembered well are less frequent.  Wonderful study tool! - Turns any powerpoint file into flashcards - Streamlines the information accessed online and allows you to annotate, highlight, take notes and screenshot information and store it in one spot.  Great for research projects!
Explain Everything - A notetaking app that resembles a whiteboard, allowing students to use colors, images and screenshots to enhance their notes
Noteability - A notetaking app that resembles a notebook, allowing students to use colors, images and screenshots to enhance their notes
ModMath - An app for students with Dyslexia to help when showing the computational steps of math problems
SnapType - An app that is great for students with fine motor difficulties to turn any worksheet into an document they easily can type onto