SALT 20 for Windows® 11/10/8 (64 bit) and Mac OSX v10.13 - 12.3 contains a transcription editor, assortment of standard reports, and reference databases of English-fluent, bilingual (Spanish/English), and monolingual Spanish speakers. View case study examples for a quick look at how SALT is used to assess spoken language. The Performance Report makes report writing faster and more accurate. The SALT Reference Book provides the conceptual background of language sample analysis, practical guidelines for using SALT, and extensive appendices for quick reference to all the database protocols, transcription conventions, special coding, and more. A PDF copy of this book is included with the software (accessible from the Help menu). A printed copy of this book is available as a separate product.
SALT 20 software is available with four different licenses. To purchase, please select the appropriate license:
Student License - available for purchase by current university students only
Instructional Site License - available for purchase by universities for classroom and clinical instruction
Clinical License - single user license
Research License - single user license that includes tools for working with large data sets
There are no annual licensing or support fees with any version of the software.
New Zealand and Australia customers: SALT 20 has been customized for New Zealand and Australia customers. The dd/mm/yyyy date format is used and the New Zealand/Australia reference databases are selected by default. The SALT-NZAU Reference Book is included with the software as a PDF file (accessible from the Help menu). All other functions and features are the same. There isn't a separate New Zealand/Australia version of the software. Rather, you have the option of selecting New Zealand/Australia during software activation. SALT-NZAU software is a result of a long-term collaboration with Gail Gillon from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, and Marleen Westerveld from Griffith University in Australia.