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Dragon Naturally Speaking

Dragon NaturallySpeaking page provides information covering the available license in DPRC, training tutorials, and helpful links for the software.

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License and Description: DNS Professional

DPRC has two PC desktops equipped with Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional licenses located in Annex Library I Adaptive Workstations. It provides full function of voice recognition, speech dictation and allows multiple user profiles. It is the best choice for corporate and higher education environment.

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Basic Training Manuals and Tutorials

Basic Training Manuals and Tutorials is a collection of Dragon tutorials created by experienced Dragon trainers independently from Dragon, Nuance. They are revised by DPRC Dragon trainer, Yang Song, based on her two-year training experiences with DPRC students. They provide instructions on using Dragon NaturallySpeaking to start from the very beginning by creating a user profile, to perform general computerized skills and commands such as navigating through computer desktop, dictating text and applying formatting, correcting misrecognitions, web browsing and so on.

The manuals and tutorials are available as Word 2003 documents.

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Advanced Training and Tutorials

Advanced Training Tutorials provide tutorials on using Dragon NaturallySpeaking to create commands and improve profile accuracy to increase effectiveness and efficiency. They are developed by Dragon trainers in local higher educational institutes.

The manuals and tutorials are available as Word 2003 documents.

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University Training Tutorials

University-Oriented Training Tutorials provide instructions on using Dragon to perform daily academic activities exclusive to online resources of San Francisco State University such as web browsing the university’s website homepage, log in MySFSU portal and library resources online searching. They are developed by DPRC Dragon trainers.

The manuals and tutorials are available as Word 2003 documents.

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Helpful Links page lists links from Nuance-Dragon official website that provide current news about the program, products information, official user guides, and so on.

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