Where do you start?
1
Why is it important?
1.1
But we should care anyway…
2
What do you need to do?
2.1
Structure
3
How do you get started?
3.1
Web: WCAG 2.1 AA + MathJax!
3.2
Word 365: Accessibility checker + Equation editor
3.3
Accessible diagrams and interactive/dynamic elements
3.3.1
Interactive/dynamic
3.3.2
Desmos
3.3.3
BrailleR
3.3.4
Output from code (and data)
3.3.5
All of the rest
3.3.6
If having used the above you just don’t know what to do?
3.4
The elephant in the room: What about LaTeX?
3.4.1
Markdown/RMarkdown/Bookdown
3.4.2
Work in progress: Claverton Down
4
Further information
5
Thanks for listening and watching
Accessible maths e-resources
Accessible maths e-resources
Emma Cliffe, Skills Centre: MASH, University of Bath
TALMO, June 2020
Where do you start?
Why is it important?
What do you need to do?
How do you get started?