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Brokaw Commencement Speech on … Continue Reading ››
From the Conclusion of "An Independent Evaluation of CRISKids™ For Schools": The independentnt evaluation of CRISKids for Schools demonstrated that students with print disabilities possess the cognitive abilities and background knowledge to grapple with the ideas presented in complex texts but are unable to fully engage in classroom conversations simply because of the media – print – in which … Continue Reading ››
Comcast Corporate’s Inside CI: July 2016Comcast and NBCUniversal employees are the driving force in creating the kind of world we want to live in – one where passion and creativity come together for the good of all. We welcome new ideas, and encourage imagination and ingenuity. Here’s the story of how one employee used his talents … Continue Reading ››
CRISKids™ and CRISKids™ for Schools provides instant access to audio versions of award-winning children's magazines and classroom print materials, all featuring human narration.
Children who are blind or unable to read due to other visual, learning, physical, intellectual or emotional disabilities are eligible for CRISKids’ service. CRISKids Audio Library includes more than 700 titles of children’s magazines and classroom materials.
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March 7, 2013 HartfordBusiness.comWindsor nonprofit CRIS Radio has expanded its media "infotainment" services to patients at Hartford's Connecticut Children's Medical Center – the first of its kind in the nation, authorities say. CRISKids, in partnership with Comcast, offers audio versions of articles published in nearly 20 award-winning children's magazines streamed through the hospital's in-house TV … Continue Reading ››
March 5, 2013 By Steven Crighton Journal InquirerPatients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford can turn off the cartoons in favor of the hospital's new in-house radio service, which offers an educational way to pass the time while receiving treatments. The first-of-its-kind service provides patients the ability to stream CRISKids, an alternative to print magazines … Continue Reading ››
Serving all of Connecticut from five studios around the state.