Delawareans with disabilities and those who speak a language other than English as their primary language cannot access many websites and online tools.
“Web accessibility” means that information online is available for all users. There is a wealth of information online to help people find, understand, and access services they need, but without accessible tools, those resources may go unused.
CLASI is deeply committed to providing accessible resources for our website visitors. It is important to our mission to be role models for web accessibility standards.
One way to achieve that is by implementing the Accessibility and Language Options Toolbar from Recite Me. Learn more about Recite Me. This toolbar offers many options to make our website accessible to both people with disabilities and non-English speaking users. Additionally, it is fully customizable for an individualized experience. Learn more about using Recite Me below.
Guide to Using Recite Me
- All content read aloud in a natural voice
- 35 different language options
- Speed controls and Word by Word highlighting for total customization
- MP3 download to listen to content offline
- Text size and color
- Website background color
- Text font type, including Open-Dyslexic
- Text only mode to eliminating all styling, much like a Word document.
- Ruler to read line by line
- Reading Mask to eliminate distraction
- Magnifier to zoom in to sections of text
- Fully integrated dictionary and thesaurus on site
- Margins to reposition text in text-only
- Recite Me quickly and easily translates on demand all your web content into over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices.
Learn more about Recite Me at reciteme.com.