Scottish Education roadshows and a free voice this May and June
5th May, 2009
May and June are certainly Scottish themed months for Dolphin Computer Access. Not only is there a Scottish education roadshow to be a part of, there's EasyConverter videos for you to watch (created by the Scottish Regional Support Centre North and East) and information on how to download "Heather". The Scottish computer voice available free to schools in Scotland thanks to funding from the Scottish government.
Call Scotland ICT & Inclusion exhibitions
Rachel Bagust of Dolphin will be heading out on a tour of Scotland this June as part of the CALL Scotland - ICT and Inclusion exhibitions. These free roadshows are the perfect opportunity for teachers, therapists, lecturers and parents to discover how the very latest software solutions from Dolphin will help to maximise their student's exam results.
"Heather", Scottish computer voice available free to schools in Scotland
The Scottish Government has funded CALL Scotland to provide a Scotland-wide schools licence for 'Heather'. Heather can be downloaded and is also available on CD from CALL Scotland. Heather is free to Scottish schools and support services and pupils can also install the voice on home computers.
Dolphin is delighted to confirm that "Heather" is compatible with its range of software solutions including SuperNova, Hal, EasyConverter and EasyReader.
The RSC create AltFormats with EasyConverter - series of videos
Watch as Craig Mill of the Scottish Regional Support Centre & Dolphin's very own Rachel Bagust demonstrate how EasyConverter can quickly and easily create a range of alternative formats (large print, Braille, MP3 audio, text and DAISY talking books) from a whole host of scanned & electronic documents.