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This paper discusses ICT-related needs, with particular reference to studying mathematically-based disciplines, of several types of usersnotably people with physical disabilities, online (distance) learners and people working or studying "on the move", relying on mobile devices. We note the inadequacy of existing interfaces for mathematical input and output for these groups and investigate several options for addressing the problems. We present two tools that employ novel human computerdoi:10.4038/icter.v6i1.6098 fatcat:jckdw7apjrc75mc2zwqqvln47u