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Does Gorgas have screen reader software?

Last Updated: Jul 02, 2014  |  114 Views

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We have a few options for screen reader software:

JAWS v.12.0

Gorgas Library:

1st Floor: 4 Dells (LB-104B-009 through LB-104B-012)

1st Floor: Music Library, 4 Dells (LB-C118-001 through LB-C118-004)

Description

JAWS is used to read the screen either with a text-to-speech output or by a Refreshable Braille display.

 

NaturalReader

Gorgas Library:

1st Floor: 4 Dells (LB-104B-009 through LB-104B-012)

1st Floor: Music Library, 4 Macs (LB-C118-M001 through LB-C118-M004) and 4 Dells (LB-C118-001 through LB-C118-004)

Rodgers Library:

2nd Floor: 2 Macs (RL-204-M001 and RL-213-M001) and 6 Dells (RL-201A-001 through RL-201A-006)

Version

NaturalReader Mac 3.0 (Mac)

NaturalReader 12.0 (Windows)

Description

NaturalReader is used to convert any written text such as Microsoft Word documents, web pages, PDF files, and e-mails into spoken words.

 

Additionally, GOODFEELLime and SharpEye are available on two of the Dell PCs in the Music Library (LB-C118-001 and LB-C118-002).

Please let us know if you need help locating these PCs or accessing library services and resources. Persons with accessibility needs are also encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS) for information about services and supports.

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