Math Support Finder (MSF) is an online tool that helps you identify the right combination of technologies needed to read math accessibly. Simply select your favorite tool(s) and access mode(s), then let MSF show you the unique combination of technologies required to read math using braille, audio, or however you prefer.
Math Support Finder is currently in BETA. We invite you to give it a try as well as share your feedback and additional requests. We are also interested in chatting with partners interested in developing more accessible math reading tools or individual looking to help grow our database of supported setups.
to get involved!
How to use this tool:
Specify your preferences using the provided dropdown menus.
You do NOT need to specify a dropdown; they are all optional.
To specify multiple values for a dropdown, conduct separate searches or use the "Any..." option to select all values.
Or, use the "Detect My Settings" button to have MSF auto-populate the dropdown options using your current device and technology settings.
Or,view the full list of accessible setups using
which is also available in the main navigation bar above.
Search for a setup
178 Results were found.
Below are technology combinations that make it possible to read digital math content accessibly. Only setups that provide additional accessibility, beyond basic visual display, are listed in the results table.
Click on the "Details" button in each respective row to learn more about the exact technology tools and settings are required to read math accessibly using braille,speech, and visual access modes.
In efforts to avoid overloading users with data, known setups that do NOT support accessible reading are not listed in the table.
If you're not satisfied with your results, search again
To learn more about MSF or to read up on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), visit
,which is also available in the main navigation bar above.
If you still have questions, feedback about MSF, or would like more information about a specific setup,
Math Support Finder™ is a
initiative supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Cooperative Agreement #H327B100001). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education.