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BrowseAloud, website reader

This came on a Google Alert for Assistive Technology: "Gian Wild endorses BrowseAloud" and I have done a lot of cutting to tighten it up. He has signed on with BrowseAloud to become a reseller in Australia. BrowseAloud is aimed at those with cognitive disabilities, mild to moderate vision impairments, people with low literacy and people with English as a Second Language.. It can be implemented on any web site. You can also download BrowseAloud and use it on my site for which it has been enabled. It is free for the end user, but websites pay a fee to enable BrowseAloud for users of their site.

I think AccessWorld has written about it; you may find something there.

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