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    How to Transition to Tertiary Education. Helpful hints for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder - postcard

    Print ready version of the How to Transition to Tertiary Education. Helpful hints for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder postcard.

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    Diagram Centre

    The DIAGRAM Center is a research and development center whose goal is to dramatically change the way digital content for Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) is produced and accessed, so that students with disabilities are provided equal access to the general education curriculum, especially science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

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    WebAIM: Alternative Text

    Adding alternative text for images is the first principle of web accessibility. It is also one of the most difficult to properly implement. The web is replete with images that have missing, incorrect, or poor alternative text. Like many things in web accessibility, determining appropriate, equivalent, alternative text is often a matter of personal interpretation. Through the use of examples, this article will present our experienced interpretation of appropriate use of alternative text.

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    EPUB 3.0

    The EPUB® specification is a distribution and interchange format standard for digital publications and documents. EPUB defines a means of representing, packaging and encoding structured and semantically enhanced Web content — including HTML5, CSS, SVG, images, and other resources — for distribution in a single-file format.

    EPUB 3, the third major release of the standard, consists of a set of four specifications, each defining an important component of an overall EPUB Publication:

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    Desmos - graphing calculator

    Desmos is an advanced graphing calculator implemented as a web application and a mobile application written in JavaScript.

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    Scientific Notebook Version 6

    Creating attractive documents that contain text, mathematics, and graphics is seamless and easy with Scientific Notebook Version 6. Although simple to use, Scientific Notebook 6 is a powerful mathematical word processing system that facilitates teaching, learning, exploring, and communicating mathematics.Scientific Notebook 6 gives you a choice of operating systems: Windows® or OS X®. With its entirely new Mozilla-based architecture, Scientific Notebook 6 provides more flexibility: you can save or export your documents in multiple formats according to your portability needs. Scientific Notebook 6 automatically saves your documents as XML files.

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    Wiris Chemistry toolbar

    WIRIS editor can be used with an specific toolbar chemistry. In the main tab you will find; Most frequent chemical symbols; Periodic table symbols included; and, tooltips adapted to the chemical notation.

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    LaTeX – A document preparation system

    LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system; it includes features designed for the production of technical and scientific documentation. LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents. LaTeX is available as free software.

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    STEMReader

    STEMReader is a Windows application with tools to help read and explore equations. With STEMReader you can: hear equations read aloud and see the transcript on screen.; break down equations into simple chunks to make them easier to understand; check the meaning of unfamiliar symbols.  STEMReader can read aloud MathML and LaTeX equations using text-to-speech.

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    WebAIM: Microsoft Word

    The information in this guide will help maximize the accessibility of Word documents. There are general principles for increasing accessibility in all versions of Word. Including details on formatting Headings, Alternative Text for Images, Data Tables, Links and Lists & Columns.

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