Meeting Archive:
Tools for Creating Accessible Math

A closed-caption recording of this program, along with a copy of the PowerPoint slides, will be made available on the DIAGRAM Training Resources page at http://blog.diagramcenter.org/ Access to the video and PowerPoints is free to all. Thank you very much for your interest in the DIAGRAM Center. We look forward to seeing you at the next webinar.
 

Meeting Description:
What tools are available for making math accessible online? Geoff Freed and Bryan Gould of WGBH’s National Center on Accessible Media will be joined by math accessibility researcher Steve Noble to demonstrate the latest and greatest tools for creating and reading accessible math. With this webinar you will…
  •  learn what MathML is and how to use it to make math expressions accessible
  • see demos of how assistive technologies interact with Web browsers and reading systems to read MathML expressions
  • learn about tools such as Math Helper (part of the Poet image-description tool), MathJax, MathType and MathPlayer that help you create and display accessible math
Details
Date: Thu, Jul 18, 2013
Time: 03:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Julie Noblitt
 Presenter Information
Presenters:
 
Geoff Freed is NCAM director of technology projects and Web media standards.
 
Bryan Gould conducts blindness-related research and development projects for the WGBH National Center for Accessible Media.
 
Steve Noble is a mathematics and science content specialist at Bridge Multimedia.