In this video, Brice demonstrates the basic commands used to navigate math equations on a Windows machine running NVDA. The same principles apply when using other screen readers such as JAWS. A refreshable braille display can also be used to read and navigate the same math equations in braille.
For information on how to create accessible digital math for a Windows PC, please go to the Paths to Technology post, Creating Digital Math Worksheets that can be Accessed on Windows Computers.
The ability to access digital math is a critical transition skill, as many colleges/university do not provide braille math matrials!