Today’s classrooms include students with a wide range of abilities. Educators are expected to adapt content to meet the needs of each of their students, including students with learning differences. While technology can be an enabler to learning, for some, technology is a challenge. Many educators lose valuable instructional time discovering, justifying, deploying and maintaining assistive technology for students with learning differences. To help address these challenges, we’re introducing Learning Tools for OneNote. Born from the winning Microsoft hackathon project last summer, Learning Tools for OneNote is a toolbar add-in for OneNote 2013 and 2016, which improves reading and writing experiences for all students—including for students with learning differences like dyslexia.
During the development of Learning Tools for OneNote we worked with the team at Dyslexic Advantage to gather valuable early feedback. It is an honor to have them already recognize Learning Tools for OneNote as one of their top dyslexia apps 2016.
You can learn more and download the Learning Tools for OneNote preview version today at onenote.com/learningtools.