COVID Update: Free Kurzweil 3000 Subscriptions 0Kurzweil 3000, the complete reading and writing accessibility tool from middle school to post secondary is offering free subscriptions for all, for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis. Plus free webinars and 1:1 coaching to get you started.
COVID Update: Free Access to Widgit Online Symbol Materials Creator 0Responding to the COVID crisis, Widgit is offering free and unrestricted access to Widgit Online and it’s ready-made materials for 30 days. Parents and teachers at home will be able to create for printing or reading outloud on iPads, Chromebooks or PC's, symbolized visual schedules, calendars, communication boards, worksheets, stories and more. All with Canadian symbolized vocabulary, in French too!
COVID Update: Don Johnston, Clicker apps available for home 0
With most schools across the country now closed as the result of the coronavirus outbreak, many of our manufacturers are offering special programs to support those students that are going home for eLearning. Don Johnston, the developer of Co:Writer, Snap&Read and Readtopia, and Crick, developer of the new Clicker 8 and Clicker Writer app are offering free access to their tools.
Kurzweil Web License Special Pricing for Universities and Colleges 0
Many post-secondary students struggle with academic reading and writing, whether it's because they're learning English as a second language or struggling with dyslexia. But with all the features in the new Kurzweil’s web browser app, students can read K3000 files, study, brainstorm and even write on virtually any device. The K3000 Unlimited Web-license covers the wide spectrum of student needs.
Colleges and universities have an option for a K3000 unlimited web license for students, professors and support staff at a special price. Learn more.