Reading aloud MathJax using textHelp ReadAndWrite for Chrome/Assistive Technologist
If a student has received a copy of Texthelp ReadAndWrite for Windows but studies a STEM subject then you should instead train them to use Texthelp ReadAndWrite for Chrome to hear aloud Scientific and mathematical documents. This is explained on the Texthelp ReadAndWrite for Windows page.
The information on this page extends that on Reading aloud MathJax using textHelp ReadAndWrite for Chrome but is relevant specifically for those in role Assistive Technologist.
The process to be trained for hearing MathJax read aloud once it has been received is found on the student page:
Example documents are available from the same as is a video showing the process.
You may wish to install Texthelp ReadAndWrite for Chrome yourself for testing. There is a 30 day free trial. After this the Speech-to-text functionality, including that required for Google Docs remains active. Premium functionality ceases to work. Further information about this is on the Texthelp ReadAndWrite for Chrome page.