Technologies for accessible digital mathematics hold potential to dismantle STEM barriers. In this presentation, we’ll explore electronic document formats and assistive technologies, including text-to-speech and electronic braille access to mathematical content. We will immerse you in a simple math quiz using speech access and examine reading mathematics using screen reading software. Through demonstrations of linear and non-linear speech access with expression explorers, we will emphasize the efficacy of these technologies, identify areas needing progress, and discuss individual supports for skill-building in accessing mathematics via speech. This analysis will bring awareness to the current state of accessible digital mathematics, highlighting both the achievements and the challenges that remain.