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UVa Software Gateway

Read & Write


Software Title
Read & Write

Description of Software
Read&Write offers reading, writing, studying, and research support tools that integrate with your computing device for universal learning options. Its powerful tools and text to speech capabilities, among many other learning aids, give extra confidence and alternative learning opportunities to everyone, improving their understanding, accuracy, communications, and productivity, especially for those with learning difficulties like dyslexia or cognition issues. It is also beneficial for English Language Learners and offers translation tools.

Learn more about how Read&Write can help you by watching these overview videos:
  • Windows
  • Mac
  • Manufacturer
    TextHelp

    Available Versions

    Version 6 for Mac

    Version Number/Description
    Version 6 for Mac

    Support Group
    Support Directly Provided by Vendor

    Applicable Platforms
    • Mac OS (All)

    Available To
    • Degree-seeking Students
    • Non-degree Seeking Students
    • Academic Staff (Agency 207)
    • Hospital Staff (Agency 209)
    • UVIMCO Staff
    • Miller Center Staff
    • UVa Faculty

    Terms of Use
    The license for Read&Write allows anyone with a UVa Computing ID to install the software on university and/or personally owned computers or devices.

    Get It
    •• Review the Terms of Use, above. ••

    Documentation
    Installation Instructions (Opens in a new tab)

    Need help? Contact the UVa Help Desk (434-924-HELP)

    Version 11 for Windows

    Version Number/Description
    Version 11 for Windows

    Support Group
    Support Directly Provided by Vendor

    Applicable Platforms
    • Windows (All)

    Available To
    • Degree-seeking Students
    • Non-degree Seeking Students
    • Academic Staff (Agency 207)
    • Hospital Staff (Agency 209)
    • UVIMCO Staff
    • Miller Center Staff
    • UVa Faculty

    Terms of Use
    The license for Read&Write allows anyone with a UVa Computing ID to install the software on university and/or personally owned computers or devices.

    Get It
    •• Review the Terms of Use, above. ••

    Documentation
    Installation Instructions (Opens in a new tab)

    Need help? Contact the UVa Help Desk (434-924-HELP)

      Page Updated: Thursday, 2017-02-09 16:00:55 EST