Dragon Naturally Speaking webinar
Date: October 29, 2014
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|Jerry Connolly, MA, SETC Director||Internet||50||1|
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With NaturallySpeaking speech recognition software you can dictate text as an alternative to typing. It can be used in combination with keyboard and mouse input or all computer operation can be controlled by voice. The presenter will demonstrate just how well this technology can perform and explain how and where it can best be implemented in a school setting. It’s not a solution for all students so come prepared with questions to help you decide whether or not it is an option for your class.
Jerry Connolly is Director of the Special Education Technology Center (SETC) located on the campus of Central Washington University in Ellensburg. Prior to joining the SETC he worked as a special education teacher at the secondary level specializing in vocational preparation and transition. He holds a Master's degree in vocational preparation for special needs students and also has a degree in music, an interest he blends with technology through the use of computers in composition and recording