We have a team of course designers, instructional technologists, and math instructors who have authored high level math using a variety of options including coding webpages.  We use pretty much every option you listed.  We'd be glad to offer some insights into our process and how we went from Markdown to Full fledged website coding with the math instructors.  The math team learned everything from us here and are now mostly independent.  I don't know what the equation editor is in Blackboard, but D2L uses Wiris.  Wiris is now part of MathType.

Royce J. Jacomen
Instructional Technology Specialist
Educational Technology Services
Pellissippi State Community College
Knoxville, TN 37933
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Office: 236D
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´╗┐On 7/16/18, 3:06 PM, "The EDUCAUSE IT Accessibility Constituent Group Listserv on behalf of Weber-Hottleman, Kathryn" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:

    Hello all,
    
    We're currently exploring how to make math textbooks accessible, whether these textbooks come as PDFs, ePubs, or Word documents.  Does anyone have any experience with authoring accessible math content?  We're looking at MathML, MathType, LaTeX (which I've read is not the most accessible), and MathJax.  
    
    We're also looking at the equation editor Blackboard uses.  Does anyone have any experience using this?  Or does anyone know how students have received Blackboard equations?
    
    Best,
    Kathryn
    
    Kathryn Weber-Hottleman
    IT Accessibility Coordinator
    
    Information Technology Services
    University of Connecticut| Temporary Administration Building
    25 Gampel Service Drive, Unit 1138 | Storrs, CT 06269-1138
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