Skip the story and just compare Dragon NaturallySpeaking Premium vs Professional Individual. (At the time of writing in July 2018, Dragon Premium is only offered at version 13 and Dragon Professional is only offered at version 15. (You may be able to get Dragon Professional 13 on eBay, but make sure to look at the […]
We use Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking Professional 15
Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking is voice recognition software. We use it to write this blog and other sites.
How good is Dragon voice recognition?
We’ve been talking with our voice to this blog for the past 5+ years. Here’s what we’ve learned:
Dragon Naturally Speaking Home vs Premium vs Student Editions
So, you’re thinking about getting Dragon NaturallySpeaking, but you’re not sure what’s the difference between Dragon NaturallySpeaking Home vs Premium vs their Student versions?
No problem. We got you.
10 Things to know BEFORE you buy Dragon NaturallySpeaking Student / Teacher educational edition.
If you’re a student or teacher, you may qualify for an educational discount. Here’s what you need to know before you get the student discount:
We write about using educational technology in the classroom
Technology is both a beautiful and horrible tool for our students. So many things to consider. Here are some of our thoughts:
AudioNote is a fun app. AudioNote 2 is a new upgraded version. I’m trying to decide if it’s worth upgrading to the new AudioNote 2 version. So right now I’m using the AudioNote app on my iPhone. The app popped up a little window saying that I could upgrade to the new AudioNote 2 which […]
School has been busy. Setting up a website is easy… and yet hard at the same time. Sure, there are lots of teachers who like Google Sites, but personally, I just can’t get over some clunky experiences that I’ve had with them. Don’t get me wrong. I like Google, and I’m a big fan of […]
So I recently got a new computer to help me be a better teacher. (At least, that’s what I tell myself. It might have something to do with having new technology toys to play with, but isn’t that what classroom technology is all about?) I am the proud new owner of a Dell Inspirion 17 […]
Last week, Google (Alphabet) announced to the world that users will be able to post their own stories, photos and experiences on Google Earth. Kind of like turning Google Earth into a social network – users can post private or public stories about their world for others to see. (And, all without advertising revenue. Google […]
Ok, let’s be honest. That title was a little click-baity. But, really. Students who know their way around a keyboard and a computer are definitely at an advantage. As a literacy teacher, I tell my students, if it takes you twice as long to read a page, then it’ll take you twice as long to […]
Sometimes, it’s hard to get unstuck. My buddy suggested getting out of the house. Hang out in a coffee shop and work away on the free wifi. So, here we are – double double in hand, and marking bins left at home. Here are 10 things that I want to think about over the next […]
It’s been a while since I’ve written on this blog but since it’s June I thought I would reboot it. Right now I’m speaking using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. (No wait, I think it’s called Nuance Dragon Professional Individual. I don’t really get it. I think it used to be called Dragon NaturallySpeaking, but now they’re just going with […]
If you’re going to buy Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 premium, don’t pay full price. Sometimes, when you’re on the Nuance website, just as you’re about to leave, they will offer you a discount. When I bought the voice recognition software, it offered me a 20% discount which I took right away. (Darn.) Yesterday, I was peeking […]
Right now, I’m using Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 with Windows 8.1 Pro. But, in a few months, on July 29, 2015 to be exact, my computer will apparently auto magically download and upgrade to the newest version of Windows. And, I like that it’s free. I wasn’t expecting to upgrade to Windows 10. There was a […]