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MyStudyBar Version 4

by Craig Mill

on Wed Aug 30, 2017

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CALL Scotland is pleased to announce the release of MyStudyBar V4. MyStudyBar is designed to support the study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing.

Although MyStudyBar is designed to support learners with literacy-related difficulties such as dyslexia, the toolbar can offer potential benefits to all learners.

  • It does not need to be installed as MyStudyBar uses portable applications.
  • MyStudyBar can run from a USB pendrive or you can copy the programs to your desktop.

MyStudyBar is not compatible on Apple Mac computers or iPads.

What’s new in MyStudyBar v4?

As well as a new clean easy-to-use interface, MyStudyBar is compatible with all Windows operating systems, including Windows 10. 

MyStudyBar has some great new apps including:

  • The Guide – a planning tool for creating and structuring essays and projects.
  • Stickies – sticky notes on your desktop with lots of useful features.
  • AT-Bar – text-to-speech, display reading window, word/sentence highlighting, colour overlays and more.
  • Dicom – word prediction. 
  • System Font Size Changer – resize fonts, menu bars and other elements in Windows.

Download

Digital Signature (for Windows 10 users)

After clicking on the installer file (mystudybar-install.exe), you may see a 'Windows protected your PC' message on your screen.

MyStudyBar does not currently have a 'verified digital signature' (we're working on this) so Windows SmartScreen informs you of this. 

To bypass:

  1. Click on the 'More info' link.
  2. Press the 'Run anyway' button.

On a network, you will need the administrator username and password.

Find out more and download the latest version of MyStudyBar.

If you haven't used MyStudyBar before please read/watch the tutorials in the Using MyStudyBar tutorials section.

Tags: mystudybar, dyslexia, free software

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