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What extensions work well with Quill for students with accommodations (IEP, ELL)?
What extensions work well with Quill for students with accommodations (IEP, ELL)?

Quill works well with many Google Chrome extensions to provide support to students with accommodations.

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Quill works well with many Google Chrome extensions to provide support to students who have accommodations. Google Chrome extensions can be installed on a student's Google Chrome browser.

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Click here to learn how to install Google Chrome extensions.

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See the extensions that work well with Quill

Speech to Type Extensions

Read Aloud Extensions

Language Support Extensions

Dyslexia Extensions

Reading Support Extensions

Low Vision and Color Blindness Extensions


See demos of a few extensions working with Quill

Please see a demo of how students use the ReadAloud extension with Quill. When using the ReadAloud extension, students click the ReadAloud icon to hear the entire page read to them or highlight a portion of text and click the ReadAloud icon to hear it read to them.


Please see a demo of how students use the ImTranslator extension with Quill. Students double-click on any word on the page and choose from over 100 languages to read or hear the translation of the word.


Please see a demo of how students use the InstantDictionary extension with Quill. Students double-click on any word on the page to read the definition of the word and synonyms for the word. In addition, students can hear the word read to them.


Please see a demo of how students use the OpenDyslexic extension with Quill. The OpenDyslexic extension changes the font to the OpenDyslexic font and formats Quill pages to be more easily readable.

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Click here to see a Teacher Center article with practices for using Quill with students with IEPs.


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