SLICE™ Program is a patented computer mediated reading
assist created for individuals with print disabilities.
The program supports students who are unable to cope with
the amount or pace of reading required in secondary school,
GED programs, technical schools or college. Through SLICE™,
students are able to access textbooks, novels, training
manuals, etc. from an online, electronic library and listen
to the material being read aloud through personal headphones
while viewing the text on the computer screen. A cursor
highlights each word as the student hears it being read
uses mp3 technology to deliver age and grade appropriate literature
to students in grades 3-12 who are experiencing reading difficulties.
The Native American series provides “print disabled” readers
with alternative access to contemporary and traditional books
that are culturally significant. The Story Spinner™
(RI) series is an 18 week instructional program for struggling
Summer Reading Program allows non-special education students
to participate in a “Crash Course in the Classics”.
Students read 1 hour per day in 15 minutes sessions during
the summer. The program can be delivered to your students
FREE of charge for 30 days.
the supporting research
Reader Research Study 2004 ( pdf
) ( doc