Microsoft’s Immersive Reader in Schoology…

Years ago I entered a role as a Technology Integration Specialist in a new school district. The part I was most worried about wasn’t the new colleagues or longer commute, it was using Schoology

What I found over the 3 years that I was in that role managing the use of Schoology was . . . Schoology is awesome. It’s a really robust LMS.

They just added a great piece of UDL and accessibility by working with Microsoft to make Immersive Reader freely available to all PowerSchool Unified Classroom Schoology Learning customers.

This means that content within Schoology Assignments and Pages are more accessible for learners of all abilities. 

It sounds like it’s only active in those two locations – Assignments and Pages – but will likely be added to more places within Schoology Learning in the future.

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Jake Miller

Jake is the host of the Educational Duct Tape podcast, the #EduGIF Guy, a Tech Integration Coach, speaker, Former STEM, Math & Science Teacher, and a presenter.