WordQv5 can be deployed across a school network, allowing all students and staff to access the benefits of this unique writing tool. WordQv5 is available with Australian spelling rules and Australian sounding voices.
WordQ is a simple, yet powerful, writing tool that works on top of any Windows or MacOS application where you write. All writers can benefit from using WordQ. The goal is to help you create better quality written work with greater independence, confidence, and ease.
WordQ’s word prediction and spoken feedback offers writing support that is mostly invisible by design. These supports are used along with associated strategies to help you improve your writing, particularly spelling, grammar and word flow. For example, WordQ helps you identify mistakes that you cannot visually detect. Who hasn’t experienced problems reading their own work without seeing their errors?
WordQv5 now includes SpeakQ and ThoughtQ at no extra cost.
Key Features and Benefits
- Advanced word prediction helps with spelling and grammar using three levels of vocabulary with a background prediction dictionary of 80,000 linguistically aligned words and phrases appropriate for elementary and secondary schools; profanity and bias-free.
- Easy-to-use interface supports offline writing across desktop applications.
- High-quality speech feedback allows students to hear what they write in a clear and pleasant voice to immediately capture mistakes independently.
- Proofreading mode guides students to readily find and correct spelling and grammar mistakes.
- *NEW* Dynamic topics with integrated ThoughtQ technology helps students research and write about an unfamiliar topic.
- *NEW (Windows only)* Speech recognition with integrated SpeakQ technology supports students who have difficulty with conventional dictation software.
- *NEW and FREE* ReaderQ Chrome browser extension guides students to actively read, take notes and paraphrase while working with web pages, and helps reduce plagiarism.
- *NEW* Subscription and Perpetual licensing of volume and school district purchases