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Kurzweil 3000 v.10: Kurzweil Educational Systems.

Software, $395-$1,495

Designed for struggling readers, the software uses a multi-sensory approach by presenting printed or electronic text on the computer screen with added visual and audible A protected MP3 file format from the audio download service. See  accessibility. With Remote License-To-Go. teachers or students can use the software from any computer. Its taskbar An on-screen toolbar that displays the active applications (tasks). Clicking on a taskbar button restores the application to its previous appearance. Windows 95 popularized this feature. See Win Taskbar.  also provides reading, word lookup A data search performed within a predefined table of values (array, matrix, etc.) or within a data file.  and spell spell, word, formula, or incantation believed to have magical powers. The spell can be used for evil or good ends; if evil, it is a technique of sorcery. Many authorities believe that the spell was the precursor of prayer.  check tools when working in other applications. Other features include save toolbars and feature locks in documents, useful options when teachers distribute tests and want to provide a consistent set of toolbars/buttons and control.

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Author:Patton, Carol
Publication:District Administration
Date:Sep 1, 2006
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