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Screen Readers: Listening Skills

In every aspect of employment, from entry level to executive positions, the PC plays a role in the employee's day-to-day activities. Employees who are blind or visually impaired should expect to demonstrate a level of PC proficiency comparable to that of their sighted peers in the workplace. The goal of this course is to help you listen more effectively to your screen reader and increase your ability to comprehend synthetic and human speech simultaneously at increasingly faster speeds.
Prerequisites: Access to a PC with Microsoft Windows XP or above. Pretest in 4 parts to be completed in a single session (45 to 60 minutes); knowledge of and comfort with using personal screen-reading software; experience accessing audio files; stereo headphones required.
Course: TEC-131, Media: OL, Lessons: 2


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