MathPlayer 4 works with assistive technology products
We just announced the release of the MathPlayer 4 public beta. Students with blindness or other visual impairments are now able to learn, practice and take math and science tests on a more equal footing with their classroom peers. Design Science has been working jointly with Educational Testing Service (ETS) and assisted by some of the country's leading subject matter experts and developers of assistive technology. The initial release works with the NVDA screen reader to speak and Braille math in Microsoft Word & PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Firefox. We expect to announce MathPlayer support with other AT software products in the coming weeks and months. Check out our press release, Enables math to be spoken in assistive technology products, for the complete story and to find out when you can get MathPlayer 4.