[Blindmath] ClearSpeak project update
Frankel, Lois E
lfrankel at ETS.ORG
Fri Aug 19 19:28:45 UTC 2016
Development and Initial Evaluation of the ClearSpeak Style for Automated Speaking of Algebra is now available at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ets2.12103/epdf.
Although this document is in PDF format, a fully-accessible Word version is also available. If you follow the links given in Appendix E (at the very end), you can obtain the accessible Word version along with ClearSpeak and the other tools needed to read the included math expressions (of which there are many).
This is the first Research Report (of three) in the ETS/Design Science project to develop improved speech and interactive navigation for MathML expressions, which was funded by the Institute of Education Sciences, US Department of Education, through Grant R324A110355 to the Educational Testing Service.
List-members probably know our co-author Neil Soiffer as well as Steve Noble, and Susan Osterhous, both of whom contributed to many aspects of the project, so shout-outs to them, as well as to co-authors Beth Brownstein and Eric Hansen who are less active on this list.
Lois Frankel, Ph.D.
Educational Testing Service
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