Are there text to speech software compatible within canvas for the students that needed it. Also, the same question goes for a screen enlarger.
There a large number of different types of screen readers available that will provide text to speech functionality. One of the most popular titles is JAWS from Freedom Scientific, for Windows. In a different life, my district had a site license for this software and used it extensively. Probably the best free screen reader, also for Windows, is a product called NVDA which can be found at: https://www.nvaccess.org/. There is also a screenreader that runs in the Chrome browser and on Chromebooks called ChromeVox. I haven't used it, but it seems fairly popular. On the Mac side, Apple VoiceOver in OSX is really quite good. I am not nearly as familiar with screen enlargers but I know there are a few out there including builtin functionality in both Windows and Macs. Hope this helps.
Jean, Randy gave you some great information. Also, the Accessibility within Canvas documentation is updated regularly.
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