Kurzweil 3000 'reads aloud' text from digital and print formats allowing users to access print materials for casual, educational as well as professional reading.
For readers with Dyslexia
, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), English Language Learners (ELL)
, those who have the cognitive ability but lack the requisite literacy skills, Kurzweil 3000 assists as they read and learn alongside their peers and levels the playing field for academic achievement and professional success.
Highlights and Features of Kurzweil 3000 Include:
- Provides access to all major digital files, websites, and scanned printed materials.
- Is adaptable to the multi-tiered classroom, to the special education class, to the college environment, as well as to the workplace.
- Provides lifelong support.
- Presents materials visually and verbally to support the various ways people learn.
- Assists with visual tracking as materials are read.
- Offers a single user interface with a talking word processor, auditory spell check, bilingual dictionary, and thesaurus to build lifelong writing skills.
- Includes audible dictionaries integrated with Google™ Translate to allow translation "on the fly" in English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian, among other languages.
- Is anchored upon the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Response to Intervention (RtI) to support use in schools.
- Is adaptable to switch and adaptive keyboards for the physically disabled.
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Technology that Changes Lives
Shelby Nurse, a young college student with cerebral palsy, tells of her educational journey starting with using tools from IntelliTools at an early age, and now, as a college student, Kurzweil 3000. [Play video]
"There was never a question of Shelby can’t do this, so she doesn’t have to. It was always, she can’t do it that way, so let’s figure a way so Shelby can do this. As Shelby entered this phase in her life, with academic demands getting greater and greater, Kurzweil 3000 is not only there supporting her growing reading and writing workload, but it is also helping her keep up with all the other aspects of college and adult life, like filling out paperwork and simply advocating on her own behalf. As a parent, it is reassuring to know your child can make it in the world."
--Tom N., Shelby’s father