This episode of the A.T.TIPSCAST is sponsored by the
Intel Reader. Learn more about this handheld, portable device with built-in optical character recognition and text-to-speech technology at http://careinnovations.com/reader. This episode features a brief description of optical character recognition (OCR) and features an interview with
Steve Gallo from Intel – GE where we talk about the implementation of the Intel Reader for students and in the classroom. A.T.TIPS In This Episode-
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Episode #54 features a fairytale written for
Better Hearing and Speech Month about a little mermaid whose voice is stolen and how she goes about finding a new way to communicate. It is guest narrated by Miss Mel, @nightlight08, from the children’s podcast Night Light Stories. This story is also available for the
Kindle and Kindle app on the iPad for $0.99. A.T.TIPS In This Episode-
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