Try using Dictation to write your papers or create your study outlines.
Office 365 has free dictation tools built into Word, Outlook, OneNote and PowerPoint. Try using dictation to write your papers or create your study outlines.
Check out the video and written instructions at Using Dictation in Microsoft 365.
Or check out the Otter.ai app which transcribes recorded audio. Read your handwritten notes or ideas aloud and Otter will create a transcript. You can then use the transcript to edit and study from, or just replay the audio multiple times.
Otter is a recording, transcription and notetaking tool, available as an app or via the Web Portal. Instantly transcribe audio from your microphone or from an uploaded audio/video file.
Watch this video to for a quick demonstration:
Otter AI Free Voice to Text App - Demo & Features (6:45)
Or check out this blog post:
Free 600 minutes (10 hours)/month!
Check out the Immersive Reader features available in Word, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, and the Edge Browser. Immersive Reader is also built-in to Canvas.
Watch this video to learn how this could help with your reading and writing:
Improve Reading & Writing with Immersive Reader (6:07)
Maybe you wish you could convert your paper reading to audio? Check out how easy it is with the Microsoft Lens App and the integrated Immersive Reader.
Watch this video and learn how to use the Microsoft Lens app to easily scan print reading material and have it read out loud!
Microsoft Office Lens and Immersive Reader (4:07)
Try using the free Grammarly writing assistant to quickly find and fix those errors to ensure you are submitting your BEST work!
Or try the free Immersive Reader tool in Word 365 to listen to your paper being read aloud as another proofreading strategy. Sometimes it's easier to hear an error or awkward sentences vs. reviewing it with our eyes.
Watch this video to learn how:
Contact SAS Assistive Technology Specialist, Maureen Bourbeau at firstname.lastname@example.org