Monthly Archives: October 2012

MathML in Drupal

I was also able to get MathML to display in Drupal, at least on the AccessAbility Web site. The key for Drupal is to make sure that the Input Format is set for Full HTML. See the ANGEL and MathML … Continue reading

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Possible Improvement in Speech Recognition?

One of the challenges of video captioning is that it does rely human intervention to achieve the most accurate results. That’s because speech recognition is only reliable in certain circumstances, usually when the speaker has set up a profile on … Continue reading

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Badges in Comments

I’ve been exploring the Grademark tools in Turnitin which includes comments and realized that they could that comments could maybe be….Badges. Just to briefly describe the tool, Grademark allows instructor to drag comments onto a paper (like the well-known “ΒΆ” … Continue reading

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