How do you write mathematical documents like problem sets, quizzes, and tests so that a student...Read More
Category: Accessibility for Math
I’ve just set up a new Microsoft Surface, and as a learning exercise, I recorded every...Read More
Last year, I posted about a product that could read math for blind, sight-impaired, or learning disabled students. With the release of MathDaisy 1.0, it’s just gotten a LOT easier to produce accessible materials. ...Read More
Last spring break, I traveled to NKU and ICTCM. Andy Long, a mathematician at NKU, generously gave me a home for a few days while at NKU, and on the last night he confessed that he had a “Function Machine” in his...Read More
I want to point you to a collection of resources for teaching the visually impaired. The site Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students is put up by Susan Osterhaus, who has been teaching math to the blind and visually...Read More
Design Science has built a great resource to use if you need to find out what kind of math accessibility your software has, to find out which accessibility software you might want to buy, or to compare different systems in...Read More
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