[Athen] reading aloud mathematics

Kevin Andrews kejandre at ucsc.edu
Thu May 4 16:40:17 PDT 2017

HI fellow pros! I have a student who is gradually losing their sight, and
as a result, is asking for an an e-reader of some type that could read
aloud equations for calculus and physics such as derivatives, integrals,
and Greek letter (which are used constantly). I don't even know if it
exists because the math is quite complex. Is this something we could
accomplish with something like Math ML and Math Type? I am not a
math-minded person myself, but rather I'm inquiring as our office's AT
Coordinator and am admittedly very rocky in this specific area. Any
insights is greatly appreciated!


Kevin Andrews
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