[Blindmath] Accessible Physics Concepts for Blind Students and My Take on Accessible Online Math Resources
NeilS at dessci.com
Wed May 11 13:59:55 CDT 2011
You probably should include all sites that use MathJax on the MathML list.
See mathjax.org for a starting point--that list is growing really fast.
With MathPlayer 3, anything written for MathJax, whether it is TeX or MathML
will work with MathPlayer in IE, and hopefully by the end of the year, in
Firefox also (that's more iffy).
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~ Makers of MathType, MathFlow, MathPlayer, MathDaisy, Equation Editor ~
On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 11:00 AM, Roopakshi Pathania
<r_akshi_tgk at yahoo.com>wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just wanted to add that I'm gathering information on sites with math
> content in MathML. The repository is suppose to appear on Access2Science (I
> have taken a lot of time to finish this).
> I might also build a repository of sites with LaTeX alt tags, but only if
> people ask me to on or off-list.
> That's because I have been one of the few who not only uses LaTeX for
> reading and writing math, but also has the strength to defend this way of
> surviving in a STEM field.
> I however have no interest in guiding people towards LaTeX if there is
> little to no interest for this.
> Coming back to the original point of this mail, here is a Physics course
> specially written for blind students on one of the site's that I'm writing
> I thought that many of you would be interested in it.
> The site has too many headings, and using ARIA landmarks would have been
> You need to locate the Navigation heading to reach the table of content for
> the course.
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