Design Science Products and Technology in Action
Design Science demonstrates and sells its products and technology at many
tradeshows and other events around the world. If you want to see us in action,
visit our exhibit or session at any of the events listed below.
If you know of events at which we should be exhibiting or speaking, please
send email to
See us at these events:
Attend these sessions on accessible math:
- Session BLV-007,
Understanding Mathematical Expressions through
Interactive Navigation, presented by Neil Soiffer and Sina Barham.
Wednesday at 10:40 AM in Cortez Hill C.
- Session TEC-008,
Latest Developments in Math Accessibility, Panel presentation
with Anh Bui, Gerardo Capiel, Robert Wall Emerson, T.V. Raman, and Neil
Soiffer in Old Town A.
- Session LD-002,
Using mathematics eText in the classroom: What the research tells us,
presented by Steve Noble. Thursday at 4:20 PM in Cortez Hill C.
Attend the session Navigating Math Expressions With Synthetic Speech, presented by Lois Frankel, Educational Testing Service
Attend the session What you need to know about the Math Stack: MathML,
MathJax, HTML5, and EPUB 3, Tuesday April 29, 10:35 AM, presented by Autumn Cuellar
October 13-15, 2014; Portland OR
Sessions presented at recent events
Whenever we present a session at a conference or other event, we'll post the
handout here. Feel free to download the ones that are of interest to you.
Title: A MathML Progress Report (PowerPoint
file - 267 KB)
Aiming for Accessibility: Creating Barrier-Free Information and
Title: The Path to Accessible Math (PowerPoint
file - 941 KB)
Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT)
Title: Equation Editor and MathType: Tips to make
your life easier
(PDF - 0.98 MB)
Title: Facebook, Twitter, and Other Social Media—Teaching
- 559 KB)
STC Technical Communication Summit
Title: What you need to know about the Math Stack: MathML,
MathJax, HTML5, and EPUB 3
(Choose one: PowerPoint -
378 KB, or PDF - 4.73 MB)
Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3)
Title: Creating and Using a Blog to Enhance Math and Science