Eduapps have been out for quite a while now. It’s still a very useful set of resources which are available to freely download. It consists of eight software collections. One of the popular ones is MyStudyBar, which consists of a suite of apps to support literacy. It’s easy to install and use.
For example MyStudyBar has 6 sections; each has a drop down menu offering over 15 apps to choose from. Examples include: Xmind for planning and organization; T-Bar for customising font and colour backgrounds; Lingoes for when you need a talking dictionary; LetMeType for help with text input, and Balabolka for converting text to audio etc.
What is also useful is that you can use MyStudyBar straight from a USB stick (if, for example, you are using a machine that is not your own).
Thanks for this, Sean. Will check it out.