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Samuel Rudin Academic Resource Center: Kurzweil3000

About Kurzweil3000

Kurzweil3000 is an educational technology, or assistive technology, which provides a reading, writing and study platform aimed at people with learning disabilities or other disabilities that make reading or writing difficult.

Kurzweil3000 is installed in Ryan Library Classroom 202 and in the Rudin Center.  An account is required to access both the installed and web version of Kurzweil3000.

Please contact Daneshea Palmer for account information or visit the Rudin Center in person.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Reads any digital text aloud, including the Internet
  • Multiple reference sources, including bi-lingual
  • Translations to any Google supported language
  • Highlighters and sticky notes
  • Vocabulary study guides
  • Graphic organizer and Writing templates
  • Word prediction and Talking spell checker
  • Direct access to Bookshare and other online content providers
  • Support for fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, study skills and test taking
  • Tools for research based study skills and writing strategies
  • Easy access to all major digital formats
  • Text-to-speech in seven languages