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What additional resources exist to find currently available accessible math technologies?

We have compiled below a few of the most comprehensive resources about accessible math technologies and techniques. We hope you will find these resources helpful.

Alliance for Access to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics: The AccessSTEM website is maintained by the University of Washington DO-IT project as a space where K-12 teachers, postsecondary educators, and employers learn to make classroom and employment opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) accessible to individuals with disabilities.

TechMatrix: This site is maintained by the Center for Implementing Technology in Education, with funding by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. It includes a number of resources used to identify products and evidence that support the use of technology in instruction for students with special needs.

National Center for Blind Youth in Science: A newly developed project of the National Federation of the Blind, the NCBYS is designed as a comprehensive Web Portal funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation. The NCBYS Web Portal is an important source for information about how people who are blind can compete in STEM careers.

Science Access Project: This is the home page of the Science Access Project group at Oregon State University. The purpose of this group is to develop methods for making science, math, and engineering information accessible to people with print disabilities.

Science and Math Resources: This is a compilation of information about science and math accessibility maintained by Equal Access to Software and Information (EASI).

Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students: This is a site maintained by Susan Osterhaus at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, which provides a wealth of resources about using math technologies, producing braille math and tactile graphics, as well as helpful teaching techniques and strategies.

Please also see our Accessibility Partners page to learn about providers of accessibility technology that work with us to provide math accessibility to people with disabilities.

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