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Fall Webinar Schedule
Making Short Work of Large PDFs for Reading in Kurzweil 3000-firefly
Many digital documents, especially high school and college textbooks, are delivered as large PDF documents. There are many tips and tricks to upload these files into Kurzweil 3000-firefly and make them accessible to students. Suzanne Feit, national consultant and training specialist, will show you how to set page numbers, add bookmarks, do zone editing, and use automated tools provided by Kurzweil Education to make short work of uploading large files and distributing them to students.
This webinar is appropriate for anyone who provides alternate content for students in either high school or college.
Tuesday, December 2; 3:00 PM ETRegister >
Tips & Tricks: Reading Hacks for Kurzweil 3000-firefly
Students with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, and English language learners, can benefit from using the reading tools in Kurzweil 3000-firefly. In this half hour webinar, you will see tips and hacks for reading email, web sites, and PDF documents. See how easy (and quick) it is!
Thursday, December 4; 12:00 PM ETRegister >
Beyond the Highlighters: Building Study Skills with Kurzweil 3000
The study skills tools in Kurzweil 3000 can help students, especially those who struggle to read and write, to excel in their academic pursuits. In this webinar, Kelly Fonner, consultant and national trainer, will define the study skill features in Kurzweil 3000, electronically recreate activities that are typically done with paper and pencil or with books and highlighters, and show you how to use the Kurzweil 3000 study skills tools to increase vocabulary learning.
Tuesday, December 16; 2:00 PMRegister >