Yes–OCR in Google –translate images into text easily free and works just as well as Openbook or Kurzweil–
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Google Docs has given OCR a front and center WOW. Take an image document, save to drive, hit your applications key (that key that is between your start menu and ctrl on a desktop) and open with google docs. Wait for Google to take it through the OCR process, do a ctrl a to select all, copy with ctrl c and paste with ctrl v into word. Hit the ctrl key, which takes you into paste options and hit t for keep text only. That is it–that easy. If you can get the document electronically, you can send it through to drive and OCR that image into text.
Learning a Foreign Language-Google translate and a great language synthesizer is done simply and easily in Google
In this section, we go over the accessibility features of our products for 2 groups of people:
If you notice information that’s missing, have questions or feedback, or want to offer other ideas for ways people with disabilities can use Google products, we want to hear from you.
Note: We’ve created an Administrator Guide to Accessibility that explains best practices for deploying Google Apps to support users’ accessibility needs.
Keyboard shortcuts are great for people who can’t or don’t want to use a mouse during the video chat. To view the full list of keyboard shortcuts available just type “?” while in a Hangout.
Learn the tricks to using Google drive with talking software–get it on the Pc and use it easily–the teacher can send files and can be opened on a PC, or any itool…here are your tricks
Watch video on Youtube at: Making Google Drive accessible using talking software on PC