Everyone learns differently. But no matter your study style, you deserve support to help you do your best.
At the Library, we’re always looking for ways to make your university experience easier. This year one way we’re doing that is through our subscription to Read&Write.
Study that suits you
Whether you learn better by listening or love your highlighter Read&Write is for you.
Read&Write is an easy to use toolbar that supports your reading, writing, studying and revision. From creating audio files of your readings to a picture dictionary, it’s packed full of features designed to make your study simpler.
Get the most out of Read&Write
Hear it first: Listen to lecture notes, journal articles and webpages instead of reading.
Highlight important information: Highlight information from all over the web and combine into a single document with a bibliography.
Listen on the go: Convert any text into an audio file. Study on the train or walking to class—even while sleeping.
Learn new words: Learn new words and get definitions while you read. There’s also an inbuilt picture dictionary.
Access anywhere, anytime: Accessible on laptops, tablets and computers, you’ll never be without Read&Write when you need it.
Use at university, at home and offline
Find Read&Write ready to use on any student computer at University, or download a version to use at home.
When downloading Read&Write to your Windows or Mac computer you must link Read&Write to your ACU account.
Once Read&Write has been installed on your computer, click "Sign in with Microsoft" and log in with your ACU student or staff email. This will link your account to the ACU subscription and allow full access to the software.
Put yourself in control of your learning experience by using Read&Write when you study.
Notice: Read&Write software is provided to you to support your studies. Your copying and use of material to be used in the software could be covered by the Copyright Act 1968 (Act) for the purposes of fair dealing for research or study or disability access provisions in the Act. Any further reproduction and communication of this material may expose you to legal action for copyright infringement. Further information is available on our Copyright for Students webpage.