Learning Tools

FREE Access during school closures

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Requests are available to practitioners (OT, SLP, PT, AT, Educator, etc.), schools, and districts in the US and Canada. Parents—we’re here for you too, just contact your school or district so we can set them up.

Tools that give access to the curriculum:

They work where you need them:

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    Google Chrome Extension

    Works across Chromebooks, Mac, and Windows desktops running the Google Chrome Browser.

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    iPad / iOS

    Get many of the top reading tools on iPad. Plus, take a picture of a worksheet and Snap&Read will read the text aloud through a built-in screenshot reader.

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    Microsoft Edge

    Works on the new Chromium-based Edge browser.

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    Learning Management Systems (LMSs)

    Give access to eLearning platforms like Google Classroom, Canvas, and Schoology.

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    Online

    Browse any webpage, and use Snap&Read’s toolbar to understand everything on the page.

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    Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

    Use Snap&Read’s toolbar with over 3.2 million Kindle books.

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    PDFs

    Give access to worksheets and any PDF from your Chrome browser or iPad.

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    Bookshare

    Get access to nearly 800,000 book titles in the Bookshare library.

Snap&Read gives students access to their full reading capabilities

With all of the independent work students are taking on through eLearning, you want to make sure that they really understand what they read. Snap&Read gives them a whole toolbox to do just that—with any text, anywhere.

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  • Snap&Read
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    Text to speech

    Listen to text for greater comprehension.

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    Text Leveling

    Dynamically adjust the readability of text without changing the meaning.

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    Readability Analyzer

    See the grade level equivalent of the text on any webpage.

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    Translate

    Translate text into 100+ languages on any webpage.

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    Highlighter

    Highlight what you want to read and save for later.

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Co:Writer® gives students access to their full writing capabilities

Speech recognition and word prediction come together to help students break through barriers to writing. These supports work for students wherever they write—helping them participate in eLearning more fully. Co:Writer also gives students access to topic-specific and academic vocabulary, helping students write on over 3 million topics.

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  • Co:Writer®
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    Speech Recognition

    Allows students with Dysgraphia to dictate when needed

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    Neuron Word Prediction

    Helps students write what they want to say while supporting phonetic and inventive spellings.

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    Multi-Language Support

    ELL supports give English predictions even when spelling in other languages

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    iOS Keyboard

    Brings Co:Writer word prediction to the iPad

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    Topic Dictionaries

    Over 4 million Topic Dictionaries give students access to vocabulary on any topic

Resources

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Webinar

Access to eLearning— It Looks Like This

by Mike Marotta, ATP

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Webinar

eLearning for Students with Disabilities…. Accommodations and the General Ed Curriculum

by Ruth Ziolkowski, OTP

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Webinar

eLearning the UDL Way: How Katy ISD Implemented UDL to accommodate student learning

by Patricia Sullivan, M.Ed, ATP / Amy Traynor, OTR, M.A., ATP

FREE Access during school closures

Requests are available to practitioners (OT, SLP, PT, AT, Educator, etc.) and schools, and districts in the US and Canada. Parents—we’re here for you too, just contact your school or district so we can set them up.

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