DynaVox Mayer-Johnson Announces AdaptedLearning Print Editor
Edit and Print Boardmaker Activities from Any Computer with Internet Access
Pittsburgh, PA – May 14, 2009 – DynaVox Mayer-Johnson, developer of innovative communication solutions, software and symbols designed to help individuals with special needs achieve, announces the release of AdaptedLearning Print Editor. This innovative, easy-to-use tool allows members of AdaptedLearning.com to edit and print activities saved to their personal files on the popular website from any computer with Internet access. AdaptedLearning.com is a free resource that makes it easy for special educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents to find and share adapted curriculum created with the company’s Boardmakerâ Software Family products.
AdaptedLearning Print Editor:
- Provides the ability to edit and print boards from any computer with an Internet connection, eliminating the need for professionals working in multiple locations to install and maintain Boardmaker software on computers in each location.
- Offers access to more than 10,000 Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) and boards that address a wide-range of topics.
- Ensures that all frequently used settings and options are immediately visible and easily accessible.
- Makes creating symbol-supported learning tools easy using the Symbolate feature.
- Allows users to make activities meaningful to students by providing the ability to import photos and images from the Internet, external clipart libraries and digital cameras quickly and easily.
The AdaptedLearning Print Editor is available as a subscription service to version 6 Boardmaker Software Family product owners. Subscription prices start at $79 for one year. Two- and three-year subscriptions are available for $139 and $199, respectively. All subscriptions purchased on or before June 30, 2009 will include three free months of additional service. Visit www.adaptedlearning.com to purchase the AdaptedLearning Print Editor.
About DynaVox Mayer-Johnson
DynaVox Mayer-Johnson develops a range of speech communication and education solutions designed to help children and adults challenged by significant speech, language and learning disabilities make meaningful connections and participate in the home, classroom and the community. The company’s DynaVox line of speech communication devices gives a voice to the millions of people who are unable to use speech as their primary means of communication due to the effects of conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease), stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, autism and mental retardation. The Mayer-Johnson line of print-based and on-screen education products engage students in the learning process and support academic achievement. Driven by a strong entrepreneurial culture, the company develops technology-based products and offers an extensive customer support program to assist individuals, as well as their families and support professionals. For more information about DynaVox Mayer-Johnson, visit www.dynavoxtech.com.