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NEW K3000 Web: Read and Outline on your Phone, Chromebook, PC -- anywhere

NEW K3000 Web: Read and Outline on your Phone, Chromebook, PC -- anywhere 0

NEW K3000 for Web Browsers takes research or brainstorming to writing from the web to any device. 

Students can read on a phone or tablet, then continue work on a Chromebook, laptop or desktop. When they are ready to start writing, they can create a new Draft, Brainstorm or Outline on the web. K3000 gives students the flexibility to quickly and effortlessly jump from brainstorming and drafting online to continuing offline in a document.

Kurzweil 3000 V.16 is available now!

Kurzweil 3000 V.16 is available now! 0

Kurzweil 3000 has released version 16. It's available for download. Based on the type of licensing you purchased, follow the instructions to upgrade your K3000 to the latest version.
Important Update: Chrome Apps Windows, Mac and Linux OS support end-of life in sight

Important Update: Chrome Apps Windows, Mac and Linux OS support end-of life in sight 0

Last year Google had announced that it was discontinuing its support of Chrome Apps for Windows, Mac and Linux OS users. This means that for software like Clicker Apps, Snap&Read, WordQ and Co:Writer, users who do not have Chromebooks will not be able to access those tools. AT users can still access Chrome extensions regardless of what kind of OS they have.
New how-to video: -- Column Notes in K3000 Key to Literacy Success

New how-to video: -- Column Notes in K3000 Key to Literacy Success 0

Inspired by a blog on two column note taking by Keys to Literacy founder, Joan Sedita, we created a video on how to use K3000 to easily implement this best practice.