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Browser Requirements

eLr on-screen activities are designed for -

  • Windows XP/Vista/Win7
    Microsoft Internet Explorer(v7+)
    Firefox(3.6+), Chrome(v5+) or Safari(v5+)

  • Mac OS/X 10.4+
    Safari(v5+), Firefox(3.6+) or Chrome(v5+)

  • Apple iPad
    Safari
 

We would prefer you didn't have to see this page! The browser you are using will work on most of this site, but you'll not be able to use it to logon or to run actual eLr exercises.

For more help or advice about using eLr, please "Cut and Paste" the following information about your Browser to: support@elr.com.au

eLr works best on Windows using Microsoft's Internet Explorer (versions 7 or higher). Full support for other Windows browsers such as Firefox, Safari and Chrome has been recently achieved but there may some slight errors. Similarly support for the Apple Mac (using Safari, Firefox and Chrome) and iPad has been recently added and may be incomplete in some small details. If you are using a different browser, please send us the details above and we may be able to include it.

eLr is more like a large computer "program" than a conventional web site. Our main goal is to provide a comprehensive, exciting range of on-line therapy games and activities. There are now over 11,000 such activities covering some 900 different target areas in Phonology, Phonemic Awareness, Reading and Spelling, Semantics, Sentence Processing and Using Language. The sample "screens" below will give some idea of the appearance of eLr tasks.

 

Sample eLr Screens

Materials suitable for children with literacy problems
Sample eLr screen
Naming letters which are easily confused
Sample eLr screen
Syllabification
Sample eLr screen
"Demon words" in sentences
Materials suitable for adults with aphasia and related contitions
Sample eLr screen
Spoken word - picture matching
Sample eLr screen
Matching words to a picture
Sample eLr screen
Synonyms
Materials suitable for children with phonology and language disorders
Sample eLr screen
Producing /f/ in nonsense syllables
Sample eLr screen
Practising /f/ initial words
Sample eLr screen
Naming, phrase production

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