Making the web, google docs and files more accessible for everyone.
Read&Write for Google Chrome now works in more places and environments than ever before. We have improved the way the toolbar works in popular Learning Management Systems. Plus, Read&Write now works inside the comments feature in Google Docs, Google Slides, and Word Online.
What else is new in Read&Write for Google Chrome version 2.0?
Check out our blog for all the details on Read&Write for Google Chrome version 2.0.
You can also try all these new features by downloading Read&Write from the Chrome store.
The Read&Write toolbar integrates seamlessly with Google Workspace for Education apps. To make it easy for students to access literacy support tools when working on Google Docs, PDFs, ePubs and even webpages. Providing students with a helping hand with reading and writing, where and when they need it.
Read&Write has been very helpful in assisting pupils to approach tasks more independently by aiding their understanding and building their confidence with reading. Using the software as a computer reader in exams has also helped to support the planning and implementation of access arrangements for pupils who are entitled to a reader for examinations.
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