- Published 2011 in ASAC

Mathematics manipulation accessibility is a newly discussed and introduced research area extending the general mathematics accessibility approaches on the web. This project goes further beyond what researchers already started in mathematics rendering accessibility approaches; so that the final outcome we aim into is allowing visually impaired students to have some manipulation controls over the rendered mathematical algebraic expressions; i.e. solving an equation, have a complete history of doing mathematics (algebra) in steps they perform to reach what they are looking for, exactly the same as giving them a pencil and a piece of paper to do whatever they see appropriate to get a final simplified equation or result.

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@inproceedings{Alajarmeh2011OnlineMM,
title={Online mathematics manipulation for the visually impaired},
author={Nancy Alajarmeh},
booktitle={ASAC},
year={2011}
}