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For every student, all of the time

Our support technologies help students in the transition from school or college to Higher Education. Where there’s a greater focus on independent learning and self-study.

Literacy software

Our literacy software supports both students and lecturers on campus. To create an enriched, more inclusive learning experience for all. With tools to give students extra support with reading and independent study.

Helps millions of students and adults worldwide to read, and write and express themselves independently.

Numeracy software

EdTech software that makes it easy for staff and students to create digital maths. With tools to meet the needs of a wide range of personal learning styles. Across all STEM based subjects including science, pure maths, business and accounting.

Makes maths both digital and accessible. Type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, with no tricky coding to master.

Accessibility

Our tools are built with accessibility in mind. Which makes them great for students from overseas whose first language isn't English. Or students with additional needs like dyslexia or mild visual impairments. Products to make lessons, content and learning management systems accessible.

Cross-Product Accessibility Features

  • Text to speech
  • Speech Input
  • Prediction
  • Dictionary / Picture Dictionary
  • Translate

Do you need help choosing which product is right for you?

Speak to one of our Texthelpers today if you have any unanswered questions about products or organising a pilot.

Useful Resources

Universal Design for Learning

Transform teaching and learning at your university with Universal Design for Learning. A framework designed to improve and optimise teaching and learning for all.

Blended Learning

Remote and blended learning is set to be a long-term feature of education. Discover how you can use Texthelp tools to support staff and students in all learning spaces.

Supporting students online

With the increased demands of reading content online and more dependency on Learning Management Systems, learn how you can support tertiary education students in online learning environments.

What educators say about us

Natalie McLaughlin and Sally Leggo, Assistive Technology Specialists

Western Sydney University