Design Science shows off leading solutions for math accessibility at CSUN 2010
Next week in San Diego, the largest accessibility conference in the world takes place: CSUN 2010. At CSUN, you'll be able to see, learn, and share the latest techniques to deal with students and others who have a wide range of disabilities. We'll have a booth there to show MathPlayer, MathType, and MathDaisy and how they handle the task of turning mathematical expressions into something that is accessible and works with other assistive technology.
If you'll be at CSUN or live near San Diego (access to the exhibit hall is free), please stop by and see how Design Science's products are making math accessible to a wide range of people. The Design Science booth is #411. On Saturday at 10:40am, I'll be giving a joint talk with Gaeir Dietrich and John Gardner about Accommodating Mathematics in Higher Ed. We will show both exciting high tech solutions for math accessibility, along with some low tech ones that are very useful. More details and a link to make a seat reservation can be found on this web page. If you can't make it to CSUN, visit our accessibility solutions web page for information on math accessibility.
To see other conferences where we'll be exhibiting and speaking, refer to the Events page on our website.