# Math Accessibility

Learnosity is making Math content more accessible for learners who use assistive technology. This is part of our overall efforts to bring accessibility to all of our products.

## SpokenMath

We're empowering authors to create accessible LaTeX math content that can be interpreted by screen readers and other assistive tools. SpokenMath automatically adds a plain English interpretation to math content. It also provides authors the flexibility to modify the wording as they choose.

Here's an overview of how it works:

- SpokenMath automatically operates on any LaTeX math content displayed with MathQuill. It works anywhere in the question, including the stimulus and validation areas.
- SpokenMath adds its plain English interpretation to the math. This will be picked up by screen readers, but will be invisible to students not using a screen reader.
- If needed, the author can override SpokenMath's interpretation and provide their own.
- Student responses will also be auto-annoted with ARIA labels during an assessment, so students can hear their responses read back to them in real time.

## Math support across screen readers

Math is supported across all of our supported browser / screen reader combinations.

Screen Reader | Browser | Basic usability | Formula Support: MathQuill - Latex | Formula Support: MathJax - MathML | Formula Support: MathJax - Latex |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

VoiceOver | Safari/Chrome | ||||

NVDA | Firefox | ^{1} | ^{2} | ||

ChromeVox | Chrome | ||||

JAWS | IE 11 |