Assistive technology can play a large role in helping students with learning disabilities to learn and retain information. Many students respond to having their reading material put on CD ROM or talking into a computer that will write what they say. Students enrolled in Learning Skills classes have access to various hardware and software.
In the Learning Services classroom, students can use Kurzweil Scan / Read, Inspiration, Dragon Dictate Naturally Speaking, Microsoft Reader, and more.
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