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Adaptive Technologies

February 11, 2013

As technology continues to progress, so do adaptive technologies for students with learning disabilities. In addition to the assistance of computers in helping with spelling issues, software such as Text to Speech and Speech Recognition can support students with written output and reading issues. These programs not only save students time, but provide them with greater independence in reading and composing assignments. The web article, New Electronics: Turn Them On for Learning, provides information about these and other assistive technologies to support students within their learning environments.

http://www.ldonline.org/article/New_Electronics%3A_Turn_Them_On_for_Learning

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