The Fundamentals of Voice Recognition
- What is voice recognition technology?
- How does voice recognition work?
- What happens when the computer does not recognize a dictated word correctly?
- What exactly constitutes a voice recognition system?
- How do voice recognition systems differ from one another?
- Aren't voice recognition systems prohibitively expensive?
- Which are the leading voice recognition systems on the market?
- Which system do you think is the best?
- How fast can a person "type" or input text using voice recognition?
- Will voice recognition systems ever be able to recognize continuous speech?
- How can voice recognition benefit students with physical disabilities?
- How can voice recognition benefit students with learning disabilities?
- If learning disabled students use voice recognition for writing, are they still able to use other methods?
- Is voice recognition appropriate for all students with writing difficulties?
- Do students need to have all the skills you mentioned in the preceding question to be able to use voice recognition?
- How can one best determine whether or not an individual student can use voice recognition?
- Can students with speech impairments use voice recognition?
- Is there any research on who are the best potential users?
- How important is training?
- Is training school-age students different from training adults?
- What might a voice recognition training sequence for younger students look like?
- Once the voice file has been set up, how does the student learn to operate the system?
- Where should a system reside? At school, at home, or both?
- What about the noise factor at school?
- Who should provide ongoing training and technical assistance?
- How will students and teachers in the school setting react to a student using voice recognition?
- What about ongoing instructional support?
- What are the implications for the teaching of writing and the curriculum?