There are many approaches to making mathematics accessible across various platforms. Due to the many options out there, it is critical for the users of assistive technologies, content creators, publishers, educators, and parents to find out what platforms will support accessible interactions with mathematics and how, so that they can know how to access the information they need.
PAC worked with the Diagram Center at Benetech to develop a search tool that provides users a clear sense of the possibilities and limitations for accessibly interacting with mathematics on any given platform. For instance, if someone is looking to read math in braille on their Apple product, the Math Support Finder helps the user find out how to do that and what accessibility features are supported. The tool was developed to grow with community feedback about specific solutions, so that users can be certain that the recommendations have been made through verified test results. PAC believes that access to knowledge is a fundamental human right and was delighted to collaborate with the Diagram Center on this meaningful work.
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