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Information Session on Read & Write Planned for Feb. 28

An informational session on Read & Write, a suite of reading, writing, and study tools that may be installed on any campus computer and that students may install on their own computers, will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28 in Memorial Library.

Led by Esa Merson, director of Academic Support and Achievement Program, and Jeremy Zhe-Heimerman, coordinator of Assistive Technology and Test Administration Services, the hands-on demonstration will begin at noon in Memorial Library, Room B-111.

Described as a friendly, intuitive program with a customizable toolbar, the software can help students of all ability levels with reading text out loud, understanding unfamiliar words, proofing written work and researching for assignments.

The College recently purchased a site license for the new software. SUNY Cortland students may download and install it on their own computers for no charge. Faculty and staff may have the software installed on any college computer for no charge by placing a request with Campus Technology Services.

The College recently purchased a site license for the new software. 

 For more information, contact Zhe-Heimerman at 607-753-2358.