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Text correction software upgraded; free trial offered2009-12-16
Ginger Software, Inc. offers additional functionality with the latest release of Ginger, a context-based text correction tool. Ginger now works with Internet Explorer, and features customizable settings and progress reporting to track mistakes and illustrate student progress.Read more
Ginger automatically corrects misused words, incorrect grammar, and spelling mistake, deciphers unusual spelling mistakes and corrects multiple errors within a sentence simultaneously.
Ginger Software Expands Capabilities of Text Correction Tool2009-12-16
Ginger Software, Inc. has announced the latest release of Ginger, a context-based text correction tool. Ginger now works with Internet Explorer, enabling students to write with confidence online. In addition, Ginger features customizable settings, and progress reporting to track mistakes and illustrate student progress.Read more
Ginger is designed for all students, including those with learning difficulties such as dyslexia, and English language learners. Compatible with Microsoft Word and Outlook, and now Internet Explorer, Ginger automatically corrects misused words, incorrect grammar, and spelling mistakes. Ginger deciphers unusual spelling mistakes and corrects multiple errors within a sentence simultaneously, allowing students to work more efficiently, according to the announcement. Through Internet Explorer, students can now write with confidence in e-mail applications like Gmail, and on social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Special needs education - suppliers rise to the challenge2009-12-08
This year may be remembered as a key time for developments in the field of dyslexia and literacy interventions. One of the top moments came in the summer when government adviser Sir Jim Rose published his report, Identifying and Teaching Children and Young People with Dyslexia and Literacy Difficulties. Released in June, this paper made several recommendations, including the need for early identification of dyslexia...Read more View original
Ginger Software Appoints Dr. Brian Friedlander to Scientific Advisory Board2009-12-04
Ginger Software, Inc., the leader in spelling and grammar correction, announces the appointment of Dr. Brian Friedlander to its Scientific Advisory Board. A well-known expert on assistive technology, Dr. Friedlander’s experience will be an asset to the company, which enables students to improve their written communication through Ginger, a context-based text correction tool. Dr. Friedlander joins Scientific Advisory Board members Dr. Marshall Raskind and Dr. Gilda Palti, longtime experts in the field of learning disabilities.Read more
New to the Show2009-12-03
BETT 2010 will paly host to an array of new exhibitors showcasting their products for the first time. We take a look at some companies that will be making their debut at the show.Read more View original
Ginger Software, on stand SN32, provides a contextual spell and grammar checker. It aims to facilitate error-free writing, particularly for those who use English as a second language, or for those with specific learning difficulties like dyslexia.