(accidentally wrote the below for a different section, feel free to keep or alter if needed, or delete if not! NB)
For students with learning disabilities, visual impairments or any print impairments this can help them to access the many different texts we encounter in everyday life. The key things to look for are that the voice should be clear, read at a suitable speed, highlight words as they are read and be easy-to-use for the learner.
The main focus on screen readers is when they are used in the classroom on a computer, but these can now also be accessed on mobile phones, tablets or even with physical text through scanners or apps.
Microsoft Office Learning Tools
Free add-ons – Balabolka etc.