Soliloquy Learning has announced it has revamped its Web site and given it a new look. Expanding the collection of case studies and the research behind the company's speech recognition reading program, Soliloquy Reading Assistant, the updated site has become more useful to educators, according to the announcement. Audio and video demonstrations of the program and students using it contribute to the experience.
One of the additions to the Web site is the Educator's page, which presents research on how Soliloquy Reading Assistant helps students to develop reading fluency, build vocabulary, and improve comprehension. This section also allows teachers and administrators to preview the program's various functions, like its reporting capabilities, which are demonstrated via an online tutorial.
The Web site's expanded resources section offers an application template for educators, who want to apply for grants to purchase the Soliloquy Reading Assistant for their school or district. Parts of this section also emphasize the effectiveness of the program for English language learners, special education students, and adult learners.
The improved "News and Events" area showcases the print and broadcast coverage the company and Soliloquy Reading Assistant have received. Press releases and upcoming events that company officials will be attending are posted as well.
For more information on Soliloquy Learning and the Soliloquy Reading Assistant, visit www.soliloquylearning.com.
Source: Soliloquy Learning, Inc., www.soliloquylearning.com