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Re: agenda

From: Patrick Ion <patrickdf.ion@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2016 13:55:09 -0500
To: www-math@w3.org
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I'd say by all means.   Presumably he has seen the pieces by
Cervone, Krautzberger and Sorge
Towards ARIA Standards for Mathematical Markup
http://workshop.sciaccess.net/DEIMS2016/articles/p15_Volker_ARIA.pdf

which I guess follows
Towards Meaningful Visual Abstraction of Mathematical Notation
http://www.cermat.org/events/MathUI/15/proceedings/Cervone-Krautzberger-Sorge_Visual-abstraction_MathUI_15.pdf

and
TOWARDS MATHJAX V3.0
http://mathjax.github.io/papers/towards-v3/towards-mathjax-v3.pdf

and, by Sorge only,
Assistive Technologies for STEM Subjects
http://workshop.sciaccess.net/DEIMS2016/articles/k01_Volker.pdf

All the best,

	Patrick



On 3/2/16 12:32 PM, Dennis Leas wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
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> Dave Schleppenbach, the founder of the company I work for, recently
> spoke at the Assistive Technology Industry Association meeting regarding
> MathML and publishing.  We recently completed a project for a publisher
> where we created accessible versions of twenty STEM textbooks ranging
> from Calculus, Physics, and Geometry.
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> The books heavily leveraged MathML and other XML technologies to provide
> accessible content.  All told, the books contain 272,765 MathML expressions.
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> With your approval, I'd like to invite Dave to participate in our
> upcoming conference call.   He has some comments and feedback that I
> think we'd find interesting.
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> Best wishes,
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> Dennis Leas
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