Kurzweil 3000 is a text-to-speach software and study aid tool. Whether you are a student in need of assistive technology, or are simply looking for a new program to use for notation and reading, Kurzweil 3000 can be of use to you. Hampshire has an institutional license of Kurzweil 300, which means as long as you are a student, staff, or faculty member, you can download and use the program for free!
Kurzweil is an enormous application. While this guide cannot address every detail offered by Kuzweil, users should be able to get a handle on the basics of the program by following the steps outlined in the following pages. If a question you have isn't covered by this Resource Guide, try googling it or, better yet, bring it to one of our library staff members at the InfoBar!
In addition to this resource guide, all the information needed to get started using Zotero can be found in PDF guides compiled by Kurzweil Education, and previous Holistic Learning Program Alumni Fellow Sasha Conley through the Knowledge Commons and the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services (OARS). A list of those PDF versions can be found below: