DYSboxing

DYSboxing #14 | Organising your thoughts with Inspiration Mind-mapping

By | March 21st, 2017|Assistive Tech, Videos|

I’ve often been told that using Mind Maps to plan, compile, research and write your essays and dissertations, can turn what is traditionally a tedious and stressful task, into something that is a creative, multi-sensory process. [...]

DYSboxing #13 | Sonocent Audio NoteTaker Review & Engage

By | December 1st, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

Sonosent Audio NoteTaker is a great alternative to taking hand written notes in meetings or lectures. Using the desktop and mobile applications in conjunction with the CARE (CAPTURE, ANNOTATE, REVIEW and ENGAGE) notetaking process can take [...]

DYSboxing #12 | Sonocent Audio NoteTaker Capture & Annotate

By | November 17th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

Taking hand written or typed notes in lectures or meetings can be a right pain. So in this episode of Dysboxing, we are going to take a look at the Sonocent Audio NoteTaker desktop app, which [...]

NoteTalker Tips & Tricks | Note Taking Express

By | October 13th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

In this Tips & Tricks video, we’ll show you how NoteTalker's integration with Note Taking Express can make the process of note taking an even more streamline experience. Find out how to upload your audio notes [...]

DYSboxing #11 | Sonocent Recorder App Overview

By | September 27th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

Taking hand written or typed notes in lectures or meetings can be a right pain, so in this episode of Dysboxing we are going to take a look at the Sonocent Recorder mobile app, which just [...]

DYSboxing #10 | NoteTalker Edit Overview

By | September 8th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

No matter how advanced we get with technology, taking written notes by hand or by screen is an essential part of life. While making a shopping list or taking a phone number may not bring up [...]

DYSboxing #9 | Claro ScanPen OCR App Review

By | August 16th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

You’ve probably heard of text to speech, which reads documents and websites on your computer, and OCR, which turns real world text into editable digital text. There are a few mobile apps that combine these two [...]

DYSboxing #8 | ClaroRead Text-to-Speech Software Review

By | July 7th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

When I first got into Assistive Tech (AT) Text-to-Speech was one of the first types of application I used. It’s still the most used of all AT that I have on my computer. As a text-to-speech [...]

DYSboxing #7 | Read&Write Text-to-Speech Software Review

By | May 24th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Videos|

If you're a regular reader/viewer/listener of The Codpast, you'll know that for me as a Dyslexic blogger, without assistive technology, writing this blog would just be a labour rather than a labour of love.  Text-to-Speech was [...]

DYSboxing #6 | PAUSE | Meditation in Your Pocket

By | May 10th, 2016|Assistive Tech, Help and Advice, Videos|

Being dyslexic can sometimes be pretty stressful. Whether it’s exams, work or all that reading and writing you need to do to get on top of your email back log, it can sometimes be useful to [...]

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