Speech Recognition and Dyslexia

“Dictating to your computer is so easy. No typing, no more spelling mistakes, it’s the dyslexic person’s dream.” Q: What’s the most important factor for success? …
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Featured Products Dyslexia is a disability which is very sensitive to particular typefaces, both in print and on screen. We look at some of the typefaces …
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An overview of typing tutors that are particularly suitable for use with children and adults who have dyslexia. Anyone who regularly uses a computer understands the …
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Visual Stress and Dyslexia

If you suffer from reading difficulties, you may first want to investigate whether or not you have a visual stress problem. Many children and adults …
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Dealing with PDFs

PDF is an increasingly popular format for publishers to use for web versions of printed documents. What are they? How can reading impaired people read …
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Dyslexia Libraries

With between 4% and 10% of the population affected by dyslexia, it is important for libraries to take into account how they can help people …
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Facts About Dyslexia

Background Dyslexia first becomes obvious when we are in school, as education is largely achieved through the written word. There are some 10 million children in …
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Introduction to Concept Mapping

Concept mapping, mind mapping, tree diagrams, organisation charts, spider diagrams are all terms used to describe graphical organisation methods. Concept mapping, mind mapping, tree diagrams, organisation …
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Copyright and Dyslexia

UK copyright law, the rights of the visually-impaired, and the implications for people with dyslexia. The Right to Read Campaign. Many reading impaired people have difficulty reading normal …
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