How-To Geek: Fonts and Browser Extensions That Help Those with Dyslexia Read the Web

How-To Geek: Fonts and Browser Extensions That Help Those with Dyslexia Read the Web. “Dyslexia is a learning condition characterized by difficulties with reading and, to a lesser extent, writing. As the web is full of written content, the right fonts and extensions can make consuming digital content much easier for those with dyslexia.”

Pacific Standard: Charting The Rich History Of Dyslexia Advocacy

Pacific Standard: Charting The Rich History Of Dyslexia Advocacy. “The History of Dyslexia, unveiled in July, is a website that aims to make the fruits of about 140 years of dyslexia research available to the public…. It’s a joint project of an interdisciplinary group of four professors at Oxford University, who specialize in history, psychology, and education policy. So far, their project features a timeline of key events, a collection of oral interviews, and an online archive containing documents, photographs, and oral histories.”

Neowin: Microsoft aims to expand trial that found OneNote can improve learning for dyslexic students

Neowin: Microsoft aims to expand trial that found OneNote can improve learning for dyslexic students. “The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) carried out a limited, small-scale trial at Knowl Hill School in Surrey, England to explore the use of OneNote in assisting students with different learning abilities. The 11-week trial program found that OneNote’s Immersive Reader, which can read out text shown on screen – including the student’s own writing – had a significant and positive effect on the learning experience.”