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Product Tutorials

Each of the tutorials presented focus on a different aspect of AIM products and services for use in classrooms and at home and offer detailed, practical instruction in the use of AIM and related products. Developed by the AIM Consortium and the Michigan Department of Education, the purpose of these tutorials is to provide a suite of tools for learning about and using assistive technology applications that support the use of AIM. Components include videos with detailed demonstrations of product features and operation and a printable summary chart of features. Choose a video below to learn more about a variety of AT software. The AIM Products Feature Chart may also be useful.

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To view a product's overview video in the window above, click on the link in the righthand column. To go to a complete list of video tutorials for a product, click on a link in the lefthand column.

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American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
Book Wizard Reader v1.4
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Cambium
Kurzweil 3000 v11

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Dolphin
EasyReader v4.01
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Dolphin
EasyReader v5.0
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Don Johnston, Inc.
READ:OutLoud v6 and Bookshare Edition v1.0
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Freedom Scientific
WYNN Reader v5.1
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gh, LLC
Player v2.2
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HumanWare
Victor Reader Bookshare Edition v2.5
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Premier
E-Text Reader v7.31
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TextHelp, Inc.
Read&WriteGOLD v9.0
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The development of this project by the AIM Consortium and MiTS was funded by grant #H327S070003, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Inclusion does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education, the Michigan Department of Education, nor the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST).

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Last Updated: 12/11/2013

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