The 5 Must-Have Accessibility Tools for students in 2021
With online learning and increased online activity, it's important that every student feels
empowered and comfortable when working online. There are hundreds of tools out there but here are
our top 5 tools to use in 2021.
There are hundreds of tools out there to boost the accessibility of online content. I have shortened
this list down to the favourites from us at Helperbird and our users.
Learn a new language just by browsing the internet with Toucan.The ultimate multitasking flex. We’ll
show you words and phrases in the language you want to learn as you browse. You’ll pick up
vocabulary faster when you see it in context.
Screenshot of Toucan in use.
Content creation made easy, accessible, and collaborative. Kapwing is a modern editor for videos,
GIFs, and images. Try our free, online tools including Studio, meme maker, resizer, subtitle maker,
filters, and more.
Screenshot of Kapwing in use.
Helperbird is your all in one extension, that gives you the features to make the web more accessible
and productive. Providing you text to speech, OCR, dyslexia support, dictation, immersive reader,
overlays, annotate any website,picture dictionary,Reading Mode, and more.
Screenshot of Helperbird in use.
Real-time meetings by Google. Using your browser, share your video, desktop, and presentations with
teammates and customers.
Screenshot of Google Meet in use.