Microsoft in Education Blog
Score one for our visually-impaired learners. Windows-Eyes is a screen reader for Windows that reads everything on your desktop with voice or attached braille reading devices. The app supports a variety of languages to provide accessibility to new language learners. Additionally, Window-Eyes runs on every version of Windows since the venerable XP.
Watch the video below for a demo and more details.
I have purposefully buried the lead on this one. The app is available as a free license if you are already have a fully-licensed version of Microsoft Office 2010 or later. If your school is using Microsoft Student Advantage to provide Office at no-charge to students, this is a bonus!
For more information and download details, visit http://www.windoweyesforoffice.com/