Kurzweil Educational Systems of Bedford, Mass., a leading developer of reading technology for students who are blind or have difficulty reading, has released a new version of its Kurzweil 3000 scanning, reading, and writing solution.

The enhanced version 6.0 uses a multisensory approach to give students with poor reading skills, dyslexia, and other learning disabilities more flexibility in accessing and comprehending print and web content. The software highlights text on the user’s computer screen as it reads the text aloud. Students can adjust the speed at which the text is spoken and can choose from a variety of reading voices....

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