Microsoft's Immersive Reader

Immersive Reader is a free tool from Microsoft that uses proven techniques to improve reading for people regardless of their age or ability. Tessa Wiedmann, a software engineer from the Immersive Reader team, will start off explaining more about the tool and its features, like word spacing, Read Aloud, translation, and lots more. She will then explain the easy process to add Immersive Reader into your own web app, going through the official documentation and open source SDK on GitHub.

Tessa Wiedmann

Tessa Wiedmann

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