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  • Web link

    MyStudyBar

    MyStudyBar is a tool which helps overcome problems that students commonly experience with studying, reading and writing. The tool consists of a set of portable open source and freeware applications, assembled into one convenient package. It is free to download and use.

  • Article

    NDIS Assistive Technology Strategy

    The NDIA's vision in Assistive Technology is to build an empowering, sustainable and consistent approach to ensuring National Disability Insurance Scheme participants have choice in, and access to, individualised assistive technology solutions that enable and enhance their economic and community participation.  In line with the vision, the document outlines the three strategic priorities for achieving this vision and proposes initiatives to meet each of these strategies.

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    National Relay Service (NRS)

    The National Relay Service (NRS) is provided by the Australian Communications Exchange (ACE). By typing on a textphone or computer with a modem, people who are Deaf, or have a hearing or speech / communication impairment, can contact anyone with a Relay Officer facilitating the call. This Australia-wide service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

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    Native speech recognition in MacBooks

    MacBook Dictation offers basic voice recognition with reasonable accuracy for the purposes of writing.

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    ODLAA webinar: “Assistive Technologies Improving Learning Access”

    The Global Access Project and IBM Accessibility as partners in the Liberated Learning Consortium are presenting this international webinar to the ODLAA membership and broader community. Speakers share their experience and insight in this important area of emerging technologies.

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    OmniPage 18: OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software

    OmniPage 18 is OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software, it allows you to turn paper and PDF files into editable electronic documents that look just like the original – complete with text, tables and graphics.

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    One handed typing programs

    For one hand typists and those who want to touch type with one hand on a normal keyboard.

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    Pacific Vision

    Pacific Vision is a provider of hardware and software for blind and sight impaired technology users. Products include: BrailleSense, Braille Edge 40, ZoomText Magnifier/Reader, Platon Scientific Calculator, Pearl OCR Camera, Gem Software and Magic - Magnification Software with Speech.

  • Article

    Pathways 12: Managing Inclusive Technology University Wide

    Managing Inclusive Technology University Wide (Martin Kelly, RMIT).

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    Phonak Dynamic SoundField System

    Further information on the SoundField System.