# Welcome to the Accessible Equation Editor!

## About

The Accessible Equation Editor is a program that allows a user
to create math expressions within a web page. The equation editor
is used in a number of Pearson products, most notably the TestNav
assessment delivery system used for high-stakes testing.

The equation editor is accessible to blind and visually-impaired
users because it translates printed math notation into Nemeth braille,
which can be displayed on a braille terminal, and it accepts Nemeth
braille input, which it translates into printed math notation that
it displays for a sighted user. A blind user can create math
expressions that can be immediately read by a sighted user, and vice versa.

You may use this page to try out the
Accessible Equation Editor, its support for a wide range of
math notations, and its handling of braille input and output.
Be sure to read the instructions
page to understand how to put the equation editor and the screen
reader into the appropriate input state for proper operation by
blind and sighted users, respectively.

The Accessible Equation Editor can be used with either the JAWS
or NVDA screen reader. It has been successfully tested with the
following braille displays.

- Humanware Brailliant
- Humanware BrailleNote Apex
- BAUM Vario Ultra
- HIMS Braille Sense U2
- HIMS Braille Edge

Please give us feedback on the
Accessible Equation Editor, on what works, what doesn't,
what features you would like to see, and how you would
like to use it.