Make your learning and teaching highly effective and accessible
Easy access to learning materials
Mobility and flexibility of the learning process
Easy distribution of learning materials
Greater student engagement and focus
Savings on dictionaries and assistive technologies
Universal accessibility and learning equality for all
Easy administration and professional support
Who Should Use Capti?
ESL and Special Education Teachers
English and foreign language learners
Students with dyslexia, ADD, or vision loss
Students who prefer audio presentation
Scholars seeking higher productivity
Personnel overwhelmed with reading
Anyone who wants to build vocabulary
How Does It Work?
Set up. A school administrator, teacher or AT professional signs up for an organization account with Capti (contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to start a free trial and obtain a quote) and either sends invitations to students and instructors to create their accounts at captivoice.com or creates them manually. They can also install Capti on their own or school devices.
Distribute. Instructors assemble reading materials in collections called "Playlists" and distribute (share) them to students via Capti. Instructors can use Google Drive and other popular cloud services to upload content into their playlists. Instructors use Capti to create and administer assignments. Assignments can be linked to reading materials in a Playlist.
Benefit. Students listen to the reading materials in their Playlists and read along visually, if they want (view video tutorials). Students can take advantage of a variety of built-in premium learning supports such as translation and search. They can create their own Playlists and build their vocabulary (what is supported?) with built in exercises and translation tools.
It's FREE for students and inexpensive for schools, and it has free updates
Uses the best sounding text-to-speech voices in multiple languages
Understands a variety of file formats, including DOC, PDF, and EPUB
Works on Windows,, Chromebooks, iPhone, iPad, and soon on Android and Mac
Improves access for students with and without disabilities
Can be used anywhere at home, at school, and on the go
Has dedicated customer support service ready to help
What Do Experts Say?
Capti Voice has provided the East Hampton School District with a viable solution for students with disabilities, ENL students, and students struggling with reading comprehension. The flexibility of the software is unparalleled by any other product we have reviewed.
Robert M. Hagan, Ed.D.
Director of Learning Technology and Instruction, East Hampton School District
Capti Voice is bringing instruction into the 21st century by enabling students to listen to their reading materials anywhere on a variety of devices. What makes Capti especially appealing to educational institutions is its wide applicability for special ed., ESL, and general ed. students.
CEO, SchoolSource Technologies LLC
Contact us at email@example.com to start a free trial of Capti for organizations and obtain a quote
Capti is fully accessible. You can download our voluntary product accessibility self-evaluation (VPAT) here