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Lexiflow

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Lexiflow is a voice output electronic book player program designed for use by publishers of books and student assessments. This program enables publishers to create talking Flash eBooks and assessments that are accessible to students who require read-aloud support. Pages are converted from PDF to talking Adobe Flash for playback using the free Adobe Flash Player. Books are displayed in an exact representation of the printed content on PC or Mac in any industry standard Internet browser. In addition to text-to-speech with a choice of reading voices, the eBook also includes support tools such as a dictionary, translator, notes, dual-color highlighting, search capabilities, page navigation, interactive table of contents, zoom and pan controls for visually impaired readers, and keyboard accessibility. The eBook can be read by students who have no accessibility software. The publisher can add alternate text to non-readable items, such as equations or pictures, so they can be read aloud correctly. Pronunciation of specific words can be adjusted to ensure correct speech output. On assessments, read aloud output can be adjusted to conform to state assessment policies. Books can be delivered through the Web or on CD or DVD. Copyrighted content is secure.

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07/16/2009
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Lexiflow

Made By:

Texthelp Systems, Inc. (Formerly Lorien Systems Ltd.)
Texthelp Systems, Inc. (Formerly Lorien Systems Ltd.) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: u.s.info@texthelp.com
Phone: 888-248-0652
Fax: 866-248-0652
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
617-896-9704
Web Address: 
http://www.texthelp.com
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