Transitioning from high school to college, from early studies to an academic major, or from undergraduate to graduate learning can often mean balooning volumes of reading.
For most students, these transitions not just a doubling or tripling of pages to be read but a leap in expectations as well, with instructors assuming ever greater levels of understanding and critical engagement with a text.
Whether you're working with a particular disability such as dyslexia or AD/HD or simply a strong preference for listening instead of reading, text-to-speech technology can give you a powerful edge in a demanding academic environment.
There are many ways to make a computer read out loud. We invite you to answer the questions below to figure out what solution will work the best for you.