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  • Writer's pictureGemma Walton

How to Study Online with Dyslexia

Updated: Apr 25

Studying online with dyslexia needn't hold you back from learning online.


In this blog article, I share links to popular tools which you can use to make studying online easier.

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Whilst the BCS Accredited Online courses that are available do not currently have a built-in screen reader for our course player, I have found that the most popular screen readers such as JAWS and NVDA/NV Access are compatible. For users on desktop devices, most browsers have a compatible screen reader that can be used, for example, Google Chrome has a free screen reader: Screen Reader for Chrome For students on mobile devices and tablets, I recommend the following options:

  • iPhone/iPad users can turn on the built-in Voice Over setting with the steps here: Turn on and practice VoiceOver on iPhone

  • On Android phones and tablets, students can use the TalkBack feature shown here: Turn TalkBack on or off.



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