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Audible Teleprompter for Public Speaking Audio

This audio file is a 40 minute presentation by Bruce Gardner. The presentation contains an enhanced explanation and tips for success on how to use the Victor Reader Stream as an audible teleprompter for 1) public speaking, 2) reading fluently aloud, and 3) reading to oneself for personal comprehension. In fact, this entire presentation is a demonstration of the process, since I am reading the entire speech.

As a brief background, in several division meetings at the 2013 NFB National Convention, I demonstrated using the Victor Reader Stream as an audible teleprompter for public speaking and reading fluently aloud. Later in the week, I conducted a workshop containing a complete explanation, and tips for success, on how to use the Victor Reader Stream as an audible teleprompter.

That workshop was recorded, and the recording was posted here on blindhow.

As a result of positive feedback and questions received, I have prepared an enhanced presentation. The enhanced presentation explains just how easy it is to use the Victor Reader Stream as an audible teleprompter for 1) public speaking, 2) reading fluently aloud to others, and 3) reading to oneself for personal comprehension. The enhanced presentation has now been posted here in place of the original workshop.

I strongly encourage everyone to listen to the enhanced presentation, and learn just how easy it is for anyone (including those who did not learn Braille as a child, and therefore cannot read Braille fluently aloud) to develop the ability to give public speeches, read fluently aloud, and read to oneself for personal comprehension, using the Victor Reader Stream as an audible teleprompter.

I believe that countless blind and visually impaired individuals could greatly benefit from this alternative technique for reading aloud. Please share information regarding this presentation to anyone you think might benefit.

If you have any questions or comments, you can reach me at bruce.gardner@aps.com.

Rating Rated 3.7/5 stars by 3 readers.

Comments

  1. 1

    Great piece, and good work. I disagree with the average reading speed for sighted people. I feel like the sighted person reads silently at a speed of closer to 300-400, but aht's just my opinion. Nice job with background, and nice job setting the stage. This is truly helpful. Thank you very much for publishing this.

  2. 2

    I lisin2the audio I like it I rate it 88 stars out of 100 stars

  3. 3

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