This topic contains information previously published by Andy Freed of Portland Community College in 2012. It has been updated and combined with other sources.
Reading Equations outside of Forms Mode with assistive technology
If you complete a quiz, survey, or self-assessment, and answer choices contain equations made with an equation editor, you might get the best experience with an assistive technology device if you do not read the equation using forms mode. Out of forms mode MathPlayer can render the equation more comprehensibly. If you read equations within forms mode, your assistive technology might read out MathML code instead of the equation.