EquatIO- Making Math Digital and More Accessible
Learn how EquatIO provides tools to create digital math expressions that are more accessible to all learners. Math expressions used is STEM courses are commonly presented as images in documents or web pages. These can be difficult to interpret for students with learning disabilities like dyslexia or dyscalculia, and those who use assistive technology. We’ll review the features of the EquatIO toolbar including the AI prediction supported equation editor, the LaTeX editor and conversion options, the handwriting and speech input tools, the Desmos graphing calculator, the EquatIO mobile input option, and the amazing and powerful screenshot reader. See how EquatIO provides learners options for how they interact with math expressions, allowing them to create, edit and listen to math in new ways to support their learning.
The same workshops covering this topic will be held:
Tuesday October 1, 2019. 10AM – 11AM in Library 242. Please use this link to register for that date.