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What AT (Assistive Technology) do you use for studies?

JenCoJenCo Member Posts: 122 Pioneering
With a HI I found full-time study nearly impossible. Attending lectures meant nothing to me. I was thrilled when I started studying with Open University and all of the video resources had subtitles. My partner is dyslexic and uses Dragon for her part-time Masters. Do you study (part or full-time) and if so do you use AT?

What AT (Assistive Technology) do you use for studies? 3 votes

Screen reader (such as NVDA or JAWS)
33% 1 vote
Keyboard navigation
0% 0 votes
Voice recognition (such as Dragon Naturally Speaking or TalkBack)
0% 0 votes
Screen magnifier (such as ZoomText)
0% 0 votes
66% 2 votes


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