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Free Speech to Text and Text to Speech In Your Web Browser

03.20.2014

Teacher Richard Byrne writes a technology blog for teachers called “Free Technology for Teachers.”  One of his more recent posts is about free speech to text and text to speech tools in your web browser.  These tools can be helpful for students or professors who might need help reading articles on the web, transcribing projects, and more.  Almost of all of these free tools are Google Chrome apps and tools, so be sure to install Google Chrome as one of your Internet browsers.  Some of them can even be downloaded as apps to your mobile device.

Free speech recognition software:

Free text to speech tools:

If you like these speech to text and text to speech Google Chrome tools, check out Kaitlyn Reish’s HPU tech blog post on “Top 4 Google Chrome Extensions.”

Post by Samantha Harlow, Media & Digital Resource Librarian

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