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There is a review of the Wynn Reader and Wynn Wizard on the William and Mary
Website.  It sounds much like Kurzweil, which we use with our students.

http://www.wm.edu/TTAC/articles/assistivetech/atsupports.html

Cyndi Levis
TRIO/Student Support Services
Lehigh Carbon Community College



Todd Peapenburg wrote:

> Hi Rhonda, I haven't heard of the "Wynn" program but we use Kurzweil 3000.
> It works well for our students who need this type of software.
> http://www.kurzweiledu.com/
>
> Todd Peapenburg
> Instructional Specialist, Sr.
> Student Support Services Program
> Arizona State University West
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Linseman, Rhonda [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 9:32 AM
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> Subject: Intro and question
>
> I just joined this listserv about an hour ago, so I apologize if I am
> beating a dead horse by asking about the following topic.  The mother of an
> incoming special needs students came in last week to ask if we used the
> "Wynn" program here.  Apparently it is a program that facilitates the
> reading of a text book to a student, via his/her computer.  She said other
> (bigger) schools they had been to use it.  It sounds like the book gets
> scanned into something and then the student is able to pop in a disk and
> listen to his text book.  I'm sure this is probably very popular.  Can
> anybody give me any information about it, or something like it?  Currently
> we go through Recordings for the Blind & Dyslexic which is not optimal for
> college students who need books in a hurry.
>
> Oh, by the way, I'm Rhonda Linseman, TLC director and special needs
> counselor at Northwood University (small private business school in the
> woods in Midland, Michigan).
>
> Thanks!
>
> Rhonda Linseman
> Timberwolf Learning Center Director/
> Special Needs Counselor
> Northwood University
> ' (989) 837-4463
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