Share accessible annotated content with individual students or custom student groups
Share your content to Schoology, Canvas, and Google Classroom, or share a smart link
Organize and share your content with individual teachers, the entire school, or district
Turn your documents into activities
Create formal reading and writing assignments or tests from any document, provide directions, and set a time limit
Quickly personalize fine-grained accommodations and permissions for each or all activities
Administer activities asynchronously or with real-time monitoring; use scheduling and a secure browser
Review student activity, such as highlights, comments, wordlists, time spent listening or dictating, and more
Testimonials about Capti Accommodate
Comprehension's up 2-3 grades
ATP: "My job became easier!"
Coordinator: "to me it's magic!"
Tutorials for Capti Accommodate
Tutorial: Navigating Library
Tutorial: uploading and sharing
Tutorial: creating assignments
Webinars about Capti Accommodate
Demo by Shannon McClintock
Bookshare with Capti webinar
Capti Accommodate training
Testimonials by K-12 educators
Groups of 3rd and 4th grade students with a reading disability were reading books that their peers were reading and excited talking about the story, character and details.
Carol RiesAdministrator, Wayzata Schools, MN
Students have the test read to them as many times as needed and don't feel ashamed.
Courtney CataniTeacher, Holy Redeemer, FL
Capti enables me to engage students with higher level texts and allow them to access materials they would not be able to access otherwise.
Meredith TraniTeacher, Shoreham-Wading River School District, NY
We normally do small-group, round-robin reading for our weekly story. I uploaded pictures of the book to Capti so my students listened to the book independently.
Mia DiorioTeacher, Shelter Island School District, NY
A student who reads at a beginning 1st grade level is able to read an on-grade level book (5th grade) by using Capti Voice. He is excited about listening to the book, and motivated to do so.
Michael PalermoTeacher, Cave Creek USD, AZ
Students who have Capti are motivated to read more during independent reading time.
Heather KleveTeacher, Wayzata Schools, MN
A student who requires tests to be read aloud has been able to work independently much more often.
Bill RidderTeacher, Timothy Christian Schools, IL
It leads to self-sufficiency and better attention from those with special needs. They can do the same work as others without an obvious modification like a teacher reading the material to them individually. This also frees up time for the teacher.
Elizabeth EdelenTeacher, Wimberley ISD, TX
A student was having difficulty reading articles for her English class, once we put them in Capti she got her missing assignments she'd been working on for weeks caught up in a week.
Jill StatlerTeacher, Tenino School District, WA
I have a student that is very bright and reads above grade level. This sometimes means that she is reading some more complex text and there are sometimes multi-syllabic words that she struggles with - that doesn't happen any more!
Beth-ann WolfsonTeacher, Cherry Creek School District, CO
I have learners that are more than two grade levels below able to read content and understand concepts within our science and social studies units.
Jennifer SimicichTeacher, Shoreham-Wading River School District, NY
Reluctant readers are happy to listen to stories and it makes note taking less tedious for them as well.
Abigail HarmonTeacher, Mount Desert Island High School, ME
Capti just a teacher's dream! It is replacing at least 5 apps we are using now.
Cynthia ReillyAssistive Technology Specialist, Sachem School District, NY
Capti does a magical job on processing and OCR on images! Quick smartphone photos become clean and ready to read. Very well done!
Sy BalsenSchool Psychologist, Ichabod Crane Middle School, NY