Webinar: the latest breakthroughs in math accessibility
I will be giving a webinar on math accessibility on Friday, October 3 at 9am Pacific. The webinar is hosted by the Montana Accessibility Interest Group and is open to anyone interested in joining. Please see the Montana Accessibility Interest Group's website for details about using Blackboard or your phone to join in.
In this talk, I'll present an overview of the present state of math accessibility. I'll show off various existing solutions that read math in Wikipedia pages and I'll talk about the exciting progress we've made in conjunction with ETS on a IES grant to improve math accessibility. The fruits of that research include the ability to have read and navigate math in various applications such as browsers, PowerPoint, and Word(!). I will also spend some time demonstrating our novel work for navigating math expression so that large math expressions are more easily understood.
If you missed the DSI/ETS presentation at CSUN on math accessibility, don't miss this presentation.