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Australian Screen - Australia's audio and visual heritage online

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Australia’s audiovisual heritage online

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CCProse

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CC Prose is dedicated to making classic literature accessible to people around the world. By combining high quality audio, large print text, synchronized closed captions, and machine translations in multiple languages; we provide something for everyone.

Learning to read? What better way than to follow along with an expert?

Learning English? We include English audio and text in all our videos, but also provide subtitles in over 50 languages (these are machine translations, so they are not perfect, but they can be just the ticket for trying to follow along).

Vision impaired? Our large, High Definition (HD) text based video should be just what you need

Hard of Hearing? We've got you covered with text embedded on the video and in subtitles.

Just enjoy audiobooks? Well, we have you covered there, too, on your Android phone, your iPad, your tablet, your computer, or other web-enabled device.

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SoundGecko

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SoundGecko is a service that let’s users listen to any article on the web, on the go, anywhere.

 

Many learners/practitioners etc., commute to their learning environment and back every day, spending up to 40 minutes or more on the bus/train etc.

 

SoundGecko provides an easier way to catch up/keep up with web content, without squinting at the tiny text on their mobile - they just listen.

 

There’s three different ways of sending articles to SoundGecko: website, email or a browser (Chrome) plugin.

 

In a matter of seconds, SoundGecko will send users an email with a link to the MP3 file that they can listen to, on any device.

 

Users can do all of this for free, without downloading an app and without registration.

 

If users do register, they get to use the iPhone app and also Google Drive/Dropbox sync that lets them listen to all your articles easily. 


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