EasyConverter - The Survey Says?
21st Aug, 2007
Dolphin never stops working towards better products.
Recently, Dolphin worked with The College of New Jersey and graduate students in its Special Education, Language, and Literacy Program to get more feedback on EasyConverter and how it can be applied to the classroom.
"I can definitely see [EasyConverter's] benefit in the classroom with students, being used by teachers and support staff," said Jillian Darcy, one of the graduate participants. "I think the transportability of the text is great. You can convert to a Mp3 or burn to a CD, and the student can take it home with them."
Though most of these students had never created or used alternative formats before, the overwhelming response was the EasyConverter was simple enough even for a novice to use and produced formats that would accommodate a range of students.
Alissa Sutton, a one time disabilities teacher, said, "I really liked the simplicity. There are only are few options and it's functional."
The feedback from these graduate students, soon to be teachers, and others who have already jumped on board with EasyConverter is helping Dolphin hone the product for classroom use. The good news is it sounds like we've made a great start to a product that can only get better.