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Spoken Internet & Web Access Software

Using text-to-speech technology, spoken Internet products and talking browsers can allow blind or low vision users easy access and navigation of Web pages. These products provide synthesized voice output, enhanced visual presentation and in some cases, Braille output to access Web page content. Specifically designed for Internet access, these products should not be confused with screen reading software products that can be used in multiple computer applications.

For more information on Work-site Accommodation Ideas for Individuals with Vision Impairments, go to: http://AskJAN.org/media/Sight.html




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