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Pc Talking Typing Tutor

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The PC Talking Typing Tutor is a typing instruction program designed for students who are blind or have low vision or who have different learning styles. This interactive tutorial program teaches students to touch type on a computer keyboard. It is self-voicing and has a large print display. Users can change the voice, speaking rate, and pitch of voice output, and the font style, font size, and foreground and background colors of the display. The program provides voice feedback so students can explore the keys before beginning the lessons. Touch typing skills are taught using speech and text instructions, with 14 lessons on the QWERTY keyboard and practice sessions for characters, words, and sentences. Users are given performance feedback on typing speed and accuracy. Each letter or word is spoken as it is typed and words can be spelled phonetically. The program's speech output uses Microsoft SAPI speech engines. OPTIONS: Personal or professional version. The professional version includes multiple profiles and performance tracking so that teachers and trainers can keep track of the progress of each student. COMPATIBILITY: For IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 2000/NT/XP/95/98/Me; sound card.


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199.00 to 99.00

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Rehabilitation Technology Services
Rehabilitation Technology Services Organization Type: 
Email address: jongund@uiuc.edu
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Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Communication

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De Witt & Associates, Inc.
De Witt & Associates, Inc. Organization Type: 
Email address: info@4dewitt.com
Phone: 877-447-6500
Fax: 201-447-1187
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Blind & Low Vision, Communication, Computers

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