Bringing Accessible Reading to Visually Impaired Polish Students.
Worcester, United Kingdom, February 06, 2016 --(PR.com)-- A UK based technology company is bringing accessible reading to even more people with the addition of a Polish library to its electronic book reader, designed for dyslexic and visually impaired students.
EasyReader, from Dolphin Computer Access, has been designed specifically to meet the needs of those students who struggle to read in a traditional manner, and includes features such as speech, sentence focus, and dyslexia friendly fonts; as well as the ability to customise the reading experience with colours, voices and text size.
Users can access online libraries directly from EasyReader, with no need to leave their tailored environment or navigate through a webpage.
EasyReader already connects directly to libraries carrying US, UK, Danish, Swedish, Australian, Norwegian, Canadian, Dutch, Swiss, Belgian and Czech content. The addition of Polish content brings accessible reading for both learning and fun to an even wider audience, underlining Dolphin's commitment to their global vision of accessibility for all.
Dolphin Computer Access develops software which enables blind and visually impaired computer users to access technology in the same way as fully sighted users. Through this, users can open doors to education, enjoyment and employment.
Dolphin Computer Access
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|Date:||Feb 6, 2016|
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