On the accessibility of mathematics to visually impaired students in higher education
From STEM Enable

Author: Robin Williams, Alastair Irving.
 The below describes personal experiences in: Higher Education, Secondary Education.
 The below description may be useful for: Assistive Technologist, Disability Practitioner, Lecturer, Student, Teacher.
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Context
 I/We studied Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research
 I/We have Visual Impairments
 I/We describe experiences, methods and processes as of 2012.
 The way STEM is learned and taught led to STEM challenges because I experience Visual difficulties. The particular challenges are:
Outcomes
 The challenges successfully met were:
 To meet these challenges I/We used the following processes:
 I/We also built the skills:
Overview of content
This personal experience has sections on:
 Assistive technology and its implications
 Screen reading software and refreshable Braille Displays
 Braille Embossers
 Older, more simplistic methods
 Accessing reading materials and submission of written materials using LaTeX
 Obtaining accessible mathematical documents
 Obtaining accessible diagrams
 Using LaTeX to submit written work
 The LaTeXaccess scripts
 Making a choice of editor
 Converting documents to LaTeX
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