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Speaking Spelling

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Speaking Spelling is a spelling tutorial program with voice output designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. The program has both test-creation and record-keeping functions for teachers. The program can create an electronic spelling test from a printed spelling drill or word list. Tests can be in multiple choice format, or the program can read words from a list aloud for the student to spell on the computer. Instructions, tips, and encouragement can be added. Audio feedback is presented by one of several animated characters, including child and adult characters. The program can also grade tests and fill out report cards. The program comes with a manual in large print and a choice of cassettes or braille. Also available is a Pro version for use on up to 35 networked computers. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: 90 megahertz (MHz) processor; Windows XP, ME, 2000, 98, 95, or Windows NT Service Pack 4 operating system; 16 megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM); standard keyboard (not USB); 20 MB of available disk space; 16-bit sound card and speakers or headphones; CD-ROM drive; Internet Explorer 4.01 or later. The Pro version requires 420 MB of available disk space on the server computer, and 20 MB of available disk space on each client machine.

Available

Price Check
as of: 
09/04/2003
Additional Pricing Notes: 

124.95 to 49.95

Made By:

Marvelsoft Enterprises, Inc.
Marvelsoft Enterprises, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@marvelsoft.com
Phone: 800-987-1231
Fax: 800-985-1231 or 250-483-1590
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
604-852-6341
Web Address: 
http://www.braillebookstore.com/view.php?C=The%20Future%20of%20Sound
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Educational Management