EquatIO is a piece of software that runs on your desktop or browser and allows you to read, write and listen to mathematical material. It also has STEM and graphing tools. But how can we use it? Here, an introduction to the principles and practicalities of EquatIO are presented.
You are able to use EquatIO as a browser extension. Follow the link to download this extension.
You can also download the EquatIO desktop app. Follow the link the download the app.
EquatIO provides you with the opportunity to understand and learn maths in a way that suits you best. You can speak, draw or type problems and equations directly on your device.
Maths is made accessible as EquatIO brings it out of the pen and paper era. By moving to digital maths instruction, EquatIO makes maths more accessible, including being able to hear the maths read aloud to you.
You can visualise maths problems as you can create and customise graphs. Powered by Desmos graphing calculator, EquatIO helps students to visualise and explore a written equation.
For a more detailed tutorial on EquatIO's features, visit 'Accessible Equations' and follow tabs to 'EquatIO' using the link below.
There are many features that EquatIO offers which allow you to create digital maths.
Take a look at the Youtube playlist below to see these features in action.
There are some useful tools that are available when using EquatIO. Take a look at the video below for a summary of some of these tools.
EquatIO integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Word. This allows you to add formulas and expressions into documents with a click.
Add math to Microsoft Word. EquatIO for Windows integrates easily with Microsoft Word (Desktop version of Microsoft Word only. It is not compatible with Word Online at this time). It lets you add maths formulas and other expressions into documents with a click.
Maths prediction. EquatIO for Windows can intelligently predict what you type. It will suggest ‘square root’ when you enter ‘sq’, just like text prediction on your phone.