Reading University is looking at ways of optimising the accessibility of learning materials. They are looking for undergraduate participants who are deaf or hard of hearing, who have dyslexia, or for whom English is not their native language to help …

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No two people learn exactly the same way, and so we try to support you however you choose to study.  Take a moment to explore the suites of apps that can record and annotate your lectures, make websites more readable, read text …

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There are many free downloads for the Google Chrome web browser.  Some of the plug-ins and extensions available from the Chrome Web Store render the web easier to read and understand, particularly if you struggle with large blocks of text or distracting …

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MyStudyBar from EduApps is a free toolbar full of accessibility tools designed to help with the most common problems people experience when reading and writing.  Anyone who experiences difficulties reading or writing on screen might benefit from this nifty tool, including …

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If you have difficulty reading or writing on screen, or if you suffer from dyslexia or a similar condition, regardless of whether you have been officially diagnosed, you can now the free EduApps’ open source “MyStudyBar” software on USB stick …

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