Use the Microsoft Office Equation Editor
The latest versions of Microsoft Office render their equations in accessible MathML
Make Math AccessibleVisit the Instructional Accessibility Guides and Resources Main Page
Professors are frequently unable or unprepared to recognize and address the needs of students with disabilities. As a result, “if students cannot access opportunities that feed into a STEM pipeline, they are essentially invisible.”
Formulas and images are a large part of instruction for a variety of fields such as chemistry and statistics. Using tools such as EquatIO can help in making students with disabilities visible in fields such as science and math.
Learn more about creating accessible content by attending the Proactive Accessibility Certification Workshop Series.
The following list consists of the most common issues that make STEM content inaccessible as well as quick steps for avoiding them:
The latest versions of Microsoft Office render their equations in accessible MathMLUsing Microsoft Office Equation Editor
EquatIO makes math digital and accessible to students using a screen reader.EquatIO for Google
This resource is completely free to educators and can utilize any number of inputs including LaTex and MathType.EquatIO On Your Desktop
Learn how to get those charts or tables you have created into accessible images or text that can be read by a screen reader.Create Accessible Charts and Tables in Microsoft Office
One way to make tables and charts accessible in Canvas is to add alt text to an image.READY: Add Alt Text to an Image in Canvas
One way to make tables and charts accessible in Canvas is to add alt text to an image.Add Alt Text to an Image in Canvas
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