Knewton believes that every student should receive a high-quality education tailored to her or his needs. We are committed to ensuring that the alta solutions are fully accessible to all learners.

Knewton’s alta product is compliant with the WCAG 2.0 Level AA Success Criteria and the U.S. Access Board’s Section 508 Standards. We’ve partnered with Level Access, a leader in evaluating digital accessibility solutions, to evaluate and regularly audit our product’s accessibility and guide us in our accessibility remediation efforts.

To go into accessibility mode:

You will need some basic system requirements:

We recommend using Internet Explorer 11 (note: Edge will not run JAWS correctly).

Directions to begin using accessibility mode:

  • Hit the space bar on any math formula question
  • Open the submenu "Accessibility"
  • Activate "Assistive MathML"

For more detailed information see this support article: http://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/misc/accessibility-features.html.

Accessibility is currently limited to the student interface
(knewton.com/learn), the instructor side of Knewton alta is not fully ADA compliant (knewton.com/teach.)

Note: 'Preview as a student' options still show within the instructor side of Knewton's alta, and therefore will not properly display the ADA properties.

You can read more about Knewton's accessibility practices here.

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