Read&Write 6 Gold for Mac Now Available!

Reposted with permission from blog.texthelp.com

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Today Texthelp released Version 6 of Read&Write Gold for Mac. The software has been completely re-written from the ground up and is now faster and contains many new features and enhancements.

A few of the new features and enhancements include:

  • Redesigned docking toolbar and icons
  • Intuitive toolbar customisation feature
  • An all new PDFAloud that allows individuals to use the many supports available on the Read&Write Gold toolbar with PDFs
  • Web Reading and Highlighting in Chrome and Firefox
  • Google Docs Support within Chrome
  • New Fact Folder feature
  • Fact Mapper now supported in Chrome
  • Enhanced Daisy Reader
  • Updated Prediction and Spell Checking

The video below provides a quick overview of many of these new features:

Read&Write Gold is available as a download for single, concurrent, and unlimited site licences. Single licences are also available on a USB mobile drive. Free 30-day trials are available at www.texthelp.com/trial.

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About Jason Carroll

Jason first learned of Assistive Technology while working on his undergraduate degree where much of his spare time was spent assisting a regional education centre with basic technology needs. Amazed at how this technology could benefit so many students (particularly those he grew up with) he was hooked and immediately became an expert at the centre. After receiving his Masters, Jason returned to the coop to serve as a full time Assistive Technology Consultant serving over 200 schools in the central Kentucky Region.

Since this time, Jason has trained thousands on Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning concepts throughout the United States and beyond. His focus is on integrating research based practices into the work he does and helping others ensure that what they are doing works. He specialises in assisting people to bridge the gap between operation of technology and actual implementation. Jason is a published author, has taught Instructional Technology and Universal Design for Learning at the University level, and spends a significant amount of time on e-Learning and blended learning initiatives. He is a graduate of the Assistive Technology Applications Certificate Program (ATACP) from California State University at Northridge and holds a Masters in Business Administration.

Currently Jason serves as Product Marketing Manager for North America at Texthelp Inc. where he oversees new product launches and speaks nationally on a variety of Assistive Technology topics.

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