|When it comes to making choices, the vast number of text-to-speech (TTS) applications can be daunting. The variety of platforms students are using does not simplify those choices. This session will demonstrate a number of TTS applications designed to run on Windows, Macintosh, and iOS platforms.
Do students want commonly considered `gold standard` TTS applications? Are the free or built-in options sufficient for higher education accommodation? How do we deliver the top one or two applications that an institution is willing to support? Using a combination of student feedback and observation, we`ll describe what is used at the University of Washington. A spirited discussion is sure to follow the presentation and demonstrations.|