This software is designed to help individuals of all ages, abilities and learning styles, with tools including:
The toolbar seamlessly integrates with common
applications including Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Adobe Reader, and Chrome and Internet Explorer Web browsers.
Read&Write Gold is currently installed in BR 364, CB 200, CB 212 labs.
Please check back often as we will be adding training session dates for Read&Write Gold. In the meantime please check out the other online training materials that are available.
Please see the below minimum system requirements for Read&Write Gold.
If you want a more comprehensive list of the system requirements please visit the Read&Write Gold System Requirements page.
Read&Write Gold is not recommended for use with Mozilla Firefox.
Not available for Macintosh at this time.
Install Read&Write Gold (Campus PCs only) using the Microsoft Software Center.
Read&Write Gold is currently installed in BR 364, CB 200, CB 212 labs. Custom
settings you make to this version on the campus computer will appear
when using Read&Write Gold on any lab computer on the MSUM
MSU Moorhead students, faculty, and staff
are eligible to install the Read&Write 11 Take Home Version free of
charge onto their own Windows PC. Not available for Macintosh at this time.Go to the Read&Write 11 – Take Home Version download page to download the application.
Refer to the Take Home Installation instructions for help on how to download and install Read&Write Gold to your Windows PC.
settings you make to the Take Home version on your computer will not
appear when using Read&Write Gold on a lab computer on the MSUM
The purpose of MSUM Disability Services (DS) is to:
The Minnesota State University Moorhead Speech-Language & Hearing
Clinic Regional Assistive Technology Center (RATC) was established to
provide communication devices and knowledge of augmentative
communication systems to consumers, families and professionals in
Minnesota and North Dakota. In addition to providing knowledge about and
services for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices,
the center also provides information about and services for assistive
The School of Teaching and Learning
is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher
Education and provides a comprehensive curriculum that spans early
childhood, elementary, K-12 and special education to prepare students
with high-quality teaching skills and solid grounding in their chosen
The Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Department offers a
comprehensive program accredited by the Council on Academic
Accreditation (CAA) of the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association
(ASHA) that explores the normal and disordered processes of human
communication. The curriculum includes studies on a variety of
communication disorders and clinical procedures and is complemented by
the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic on campus – which includes a Regional
Assistive Technology Center and an Auditory Processing Disorders
Clinic, and provides a real-world setting for students to gain hands-on
clinical practice experience.