Accessible teaching with GNU TeXmacs

Jeroen Wouters


In this article I give a brief overview of some of the challenges in creating accessible documents for STEM education, as well as why and how GNU TeXmacs can be used to address some of these.


accessibility, HTML, software, WYSIWYG

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