- Vision and
- Windows Speech Recognition
- Mind mapping
- Screen masking
- Word prediction
- Talking dictionary
- Voice Recognition (The voice recognition requires the built-in speech recognition that comes with Windows Vista or Windows 7.)
This provides you with the power of having the tools you need available to you wherever you are, when you need it, regardless of what computer you use. It is amazingly awesome as a free tool! Another portable suite of study tools worth exploring by Craig Mill of RSC.
The floating toolbar can be downloaded and easily installed on a flash drive or installed on any PC and ran from the desktop on any Windows computer.
RCS states: "MyStudyBar has been developed by Craig Mill and the team at JISC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East, who created the award-winning AccessApps software suite. It is primarily designed to support learners with literacy-related difficulties, such as dyslexia, although it offers potential benefits to all learners."
A step-by-step guide is provided to help you unzip your files and load them onto a storage USB drive, after you have downloaded the program.
You might want to check out their other apps while visiting the StudyBar apps.
"EduApps is an initiative developed by the JISC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East and consists of four different collections of incredibly useful software:
- AccessApps provides a range of solutions to support writing, reading and planning, as well as sensory, cognitive and physical difficulties.
- TeachApps is a collection of software specifically designed for teachers or lecturers.
- LearnApps, as its name implies, is specifically designed for learners. All learners or students can benefit from LearnApps.
- MyStudyBar is our new kid on the block, providing a suite of apps to support literacy."