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This guide aims to assist Library staff in providing material for students with additional needs

- Customisable and can be read with text to speech (TTS) including all images, tables and equations.
- Accessibility barriers to maths notation.
- Mathematical mark-up MathML designed for accessibility but limited support in browsers and applications.
- LaTeX a common markup.
- MathJax used to render MathML or LaTeX on the web.
- PDF created from LaTeX are not usually accessible.
- LaTeX can be converted to MathML
- PowerPoint:Create maths notation using MathType or built-in equation editor. Provide original file PPTX if possible.
- MS Word equation editor sufficient for most maths and can be read-aloud using built-in text to speech.
- Database of STEM related print accessible solutions.
- Institute of Physics publication “Supporting Students in STEM with Colour Vision Deficiency”.

- Read aloud maths in accurately but without overloading user.
- Highlight the equation as it is read.
- Provide users with different options for speaking equations.
- Based on MathJax conversion of MathML & LaTeX.

- LaTeX still most common means of entering maths notation at university level.
- Keyboard shortcuts in Word.
- g(math) from Texthelp for Google Docs.
- Open source, free equation editor.