Microsoft is revolutionizing 'Reading Advisor' with technology

The app makes it easy to practice at your own pace, providing guidance on key aspects such as pronunciation or syllabus.

Microsoft has announced that it has incorporated the latest artificial intelligence technology (I.A) to its popular educational tool 'Reading Advisor', with the aim of providing users with an even richer learning experience. The update will allow access to exciting features from the new version of the app, now independent and free to use.

In the Microsoft Learning Accelerator catalog, Reading Advisor Stands out as a tool designed to improve students' reading skills. It facilitates practice at your own pace, providing guidance on key areas such as pronunciation, syllabus, reading speed and vocabulary expansion.

Adoption of this cutting-edge technology creates exciting features including innovative options Create a story. This feature immerses the student in a personalized story where they can influence the story's development as they progress through the chapters.

Collaboration with Canvas for Teachers

Microsoft also has integration in its plans Reading Advisor cheater Canvas, an online learning platform. The collaboration will allow teachers to create custom training exercises, expected to be available next spring.

Free access for Microsoft account users

The good news for Microsoft account users is that 'Reading Advisor' is available for free. The application can be downloaded from the web as a Windows application and is now available in preview on the Microsoft App Store.

This update represents a significant step forward in Microsoft's commitment to providing innovative and accessible educational tools, highlighting its continued commitment to improving the learning experience for students and educators.

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