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The University of Athens Offers Free AT Software

The Universit of Athens has offered free accessible online software about the available solutions of assistive technology.  The included applications are published after they have been installed and tested by the University of Athens’ Speech and Accessibility Laboratory.  For each free AT software, the available application is documented and the following fields of information are filled: application name, developer, version, AT category(ies), related disability(ies), description, operating system(s), installation procedure, settings and hints, download links, and a screenshot.

Also, users have three ways of accessing the software applications:

  • Browse by Disability: lists the related applications based on the chosen disability (Speech, Hearing, Motor, Blindness and Low Vision).
  • Browse by Category: lists the applications by type of AT software category (Voice Recognition, Screen Daisy Reader, Calculator, Mouse Cursor, Click Helper, Virtual Keyboard, Camera Mouse, Alternative Communication, Text To Speech, Screen Magnifier, Braille Translator, Web Browser, Mouse Emulator, Contrast Adjustment, Keyboard Shortcuts, Voice Mail, Clock, Video Call).
  • Show All Applications: simply lists the whole inventory’s applications in an alphabetical order.

To browse this website, see:  Freeware Assistive Technology Software


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