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This self-study course has been developed by Load2Learn, a service providing accessible curriculum textbooks and images to support dyslexic, partially sighted or blind learners who have difficulty reading standard print.
It is part of the “Creating and using accessible curriculum resources self-study course” available on Load2Learn. Licenced under Creative Commons.
Speech recognition is a technology that allows spoken input into your devices, such as talking into your computer or mobile phone which then uses what you have said as an input to trigger an action. The technology is being used to replace other methods of input like typing or clicking.
Examples of speech recognition:
Watch the “” video on YouTube.
The video is presented by a learner with dyslexia and dyspraxia who finds writing difficult and uses Dragon NaturallySpeaking to do his homework.
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