The tools are accessible as Microsoft Word and OneNote add-ins, and they may help users improve their reading and writing abilities by offering features like Immersive Reader, Math Assistant, and Live Captions. Microsoft Research created the tools in collaboration with educators and dyslexia specialists, and they are meant to assist people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities in overcoming some of the obstacles they may have while reading and writing.
Microsoft Immersive Reader is available as an add-in for Microsoft Word and OneNote, as well as a standalone web application.
It offers features such as text to speech, which reads text aloud to the user; translation, which translates text into over 60 different languages; and dictation, which allows users to speak aloud and have their words transcribed as text. The tool also includes visual aids, such as highlighting and font and background color options, which can help users focus on specific parts of the text and improve their comprehension.
Microsoft Reading Progress is a tool integrated into Microsoft Learning that
helps users track their reading progress and improve their reading skills.
It is available as part of the Microsoft Immersive Reader tool, which is a learning tool that helps users improve their reading and comprehension skills.
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Microsoft Office Lens
Allows users to capture and digitize images of documents, whiteboards, and other types of physical media. It is designed to work with Microsoft Office and OneNote, and it can be used to scan documents and save them as PDFs, Word documents, or PowerPoint presentations.
Microsoft Live Captions
Microsoft Live Captions is a feature that is available in some Microsoft products such as Microsoft Windows and the Edge web browser. It is designed to provide real-time captions for audio and video content, making it easier for users to understand and follow along with the content.
Is a set of tools and features that are designed to make Microsoft products and services more accessible to users with disabilities. These tools are designed to help users with a range of needs, including those who are blind, low vision, deaf, or hard of hearing, as well as those who have mobility or cognitive impairments.