[BlindMath] accessing math content using screen reader

Mathieu Barbe mat.barbe at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 21:20:20 UTC 2018


Hi,
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Le 06/07/2018 à 05:23, Adil Shaikh via BlindMath a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I had learnt math using braille math slate in schooling  days, But I have been away from math for last 3 years. This year, I’m going to pursue my graduation first year. I would be really grateful if someone tell me how you access math content on windows using JAWS or NVDA.
> I have few questions.
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> 1. How do you read the math content if it is in PDF file?
> 2. What are the accessible website to learn or practice math?
> 3. I have read about math player, but still find difficult to get it working with NVDA and Firefox.
> 4. Is it possible to learn trigonometry or geometry using these assistive technologies?
> 5. Do I have to use embossed diagram to understand the concepts?
> 6. How should I approach my professors to help me for my doubts?
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> Please, I need your help.
> Thanks in advance
>   
> Best regards
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