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    SpeakQ/WordQ Bundle

    For many, learning to write and then learning to write well is a huge anxiety driver, enough so that students refrain from practicing to write altogether. If unaddressed, many business professionals will carry the same anxiety into the office when writing something as simple, but important, as an email. The combination of wordQ+speakQ enables all individuals to develop stronger reading, writing and proofreading habits. Runs on Windows.

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    Nook Color

    The Nook Color is a color version of the Nook e-reader device by Barnes & Noble. It is a 7-inch tablet with full-color multitouch touchscreen input. The device is designed for full-color viewing of books, newspapers, magazines, and children's picture books.

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    The ScannaR reading scanner is a flat–bed scanner that will scan any text document and read it back to you in seconds.

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    Read & Write Gold Mobile

    Read&Write GOLD is a customizable easy-to-use toolbar that directly integrates with familiar applications, including Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer, and Adobe Reader, allowing students to access the support tools they need from within the programs they use every day. The product highlights and reads text aloud using natural sounding voices and also includes a comprehensive set of support tools for reading, writing, studying, research, and test taking. 

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    K-NFB Reader

    Technology that scans and reads printed material to the blind is nothing new, but this personal reader is the first truly handheld device to do the job. Combining a state-of-the-art digital camera with a powerful personal data assistant housed in a custom-designed, attractive case, the knfb Reader Classic puts the best available character recognition software together with text-to-speech conversion technology .

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

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Lydell Peterson