Providing texts in braille, large font, and with text-to-speech allows learners with visual needs to access content. Ensuring that all reading materials are in an accessible format promotes reading success for learners with Vision differences.
Learn how teachers can use braille texts to build literacy skills like Syntax.
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See how products like NaturalReader use text-to-speech software to support learners with visual difficulties. With the ability to change the speaker voice and speed, learners can adjust the settings to their needs.
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