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Accessible Math on the Web: Part 2, The Simple Way with MathML and HTML5

03 Aug 2012 | about 7 years ago

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MathML and HTML5 provide a powerful combination for
creating accessible math on the Web. Even though HTML5 can have MathML
inserted directly in it, not all browsers support displaying MathML
yet. That's where MathJax comes in - to provide a common look to your
equations regardless of which browser the user has. Additionally, with
MathML, HTML5, and MathJaX, assistive technology users will be able to
interact with the math. This tutorial demonstrates how to insert
MathML into HTML5 using the MathJax libraries.

Resources from this presentation:
http://www.mathjax.org
http://go.ncsu.edu/accessible-math

A full transcript of this video is available at http://go.ncsu.edu/m87lju

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