Viewing and Listening to Math Content
How to view the math content?
Some of the ways this content can be viewed on the World Wide Web is :
- MathML - An application of the XML (programming language) for describing mathematical notations and capturing both its structure and content as recommended by the W3C.
- DragMath in Moodle - An open source Java application that creates and displays math content in Moodle (online)
- Images - All mathematical equations can be converted into images and each image can have its alternative text. This direction should be the last resort.
How to listen to math content?
Content can be listened to on the Internet Explorer browser using:
Math Player - A windows based application for Internet Explorer that displays the MathML code. It also reads the math content out loud. Math Player allows a screen reader like JAWS to read the code.
Without the installation of MathPlayer, JAWS does not read the math content properly.