Read&Write for Google

Last March I introduced the Chrome Web Store.

At the Google Summit I was introduced to Read&Write for Google.  This is a fantastic Chrome extension for anyone who struggles with reading.  It is a good alternative to Kurzweil, and is available on all students computers!

To access it: You open your Chrome Browser

You select a new tab and you will see Chrome Web Store.  Select that and on the left hand margin you will see apps.  Under apps, scroll to the bottom of the list to where it lists

the word “Extensions”

Open “Extensions” and put “read write” in the search box.  You will see “Read&Write for Google”,  select “Add to Chrome”.

Watch this video for an introduction of how to use.  A new option will appear in your Google Doc.

 

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