Assistive Tech

DYSboxing #5 | The ThinkWrite Headset | Your Flexible Friend

By | March 8th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Student Life, Videos, Working Life|

ThinkWrite: A well designed headset with an impressive trick up it’s sleeve. A few weeks ago I came across this deceptively normal looking pair of headphones. Sure they are well designed, and if you’re searching for [...]

DYSboxing #4 | The Intelligent Spell Checker

By | December 17th, 2015|Assistive Tech, Student Life, Videos, Working Life|

Ever wished you could magically correct your bad spelling? If you need any assistance when reading this post please note Browsealoud is installed on this site. Click the headphone logo in the top left corner of [...]

DYSboxing #3 | Improve Your Note-Taking with Notetalker

By | October 22nd, 2015|Assistive Tech, Student Life, Videos, Working Life|

The Notetalker app turns your mobile device into a powerful recording and audio note-taking companion. Rather than mimicking the functions of your devices built-in audio recorder, Notetalker allows you to flag important parts of the recording [...]

Raising the Bar | The Reader Pen by C-Pen

By | October 13th, 2015|Assistive Tech, Videos|

If you’ve tried text to speech on your computer, you’ll know how useful a tool it is for comprehension and proof reading. For me, I find at the end of a long and tiring day, there’s [...]

SMART Kapp | Collaborative Working for the 21st Century

By | September 22nd, 2015|Assistive Tech|

SMART Kapp have created a new kind of 'smart' whiteboard that may change note taking and collaborative brainstorming the class and boardroom. One of my first dyslexia related memories is sitting in class, trying frantically to [...]

Top 5 Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Apps And Software

By | September 10th, 2015|Assistive Tech, Listmania|

When producing written work there are now more ways than ever to cut down on the amount we actually need to type. Meaning we can spend more time getting our wonderful thoughts written down rather than [...]

Let the Dictation Wars Begin | Dragon Anywhere vs iOS Dictation

By | August 27th, 2015|Assistive Tech, News and Views|

Nuance, the makers of Dragon Dictation release a new app to rival Apples impressive dictation tool. In every generation there’s a sci fi film that truly suspends our disbelief and permits us to ponder what life [...]

Using the BrowseAloud Assistive Toolbar on This Site

By | June 25th, 2015|Assistive Tech, Help and Advice, Videos|

We've installed BrowseAloud on this site to make The Codpast as inclusive as possible. Watch this short video to get an understanding  of how this powerful software can help you get more out of our site. [...]

The Accessibility Awareness Movement Goes Global

By | June 23rd, 2015|Assistive Tech, News and Views|

As with the movie industry, the summer months have become an important time of year for tech firms. Recently we’ve seen the likes of Google and Apple host their developers’ conferences and the beginnings of the [...]

Our Top 6 Podcasts for Dyslexic Listeners

By | June 19th, 2015|Art & Entertainment, Assistive Tech, Listmania|

Podcasts are one of the best ways for those with Dyslexia to stay informed without the hassle of reading. If you’re unfamiliar with podcasts, think of them as the audio version of Netflicks. They are radio [...]

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