EquatIO is a math accessibility solution for those who prefer to listen to math in any document or web page, or to create math content with voice or handwriting.
EquatIO allows users to take a screenshot of the inaccessible equation to convert it to accessible math that will automatically be read aloud.
EquatIO can be used to dictate equations and formulas aloud. It understands what is
said and turns the spoken input to written expressions. EquatIO can also be used to
write math freehand on the device and to turn that into digital math.
Equation editor: Create your math and science expressions by typing right into the editor. Use Prediction to insert fractions, exponents, operators, formulas, chemical symbols, and more.
Scientific Calculator: Access the Desmos Scientific Calculator for basic sums, trigonometry, roots, functions, exponents and more.
Equatio Mobile: all the tools for digital math, right at your fingertips, on a mobile device or iPad.
Screenshot reader: Turn any equation across the web into accessible, editable math with the Equatio Screenshot Reader.
Handwriting recognition: Handwrite math expressions using a touchscreen device or mouse pointer.
Graph Editor: Create and customize single or multiple graphs, plot ordered pairs or tables of points and more, with this tool powered by Desmos graphing calculator.
Equatio mathspace: a web-based tool that allows math learners to work freely in a digital space with equations, shapes, and freehand drawings.
LaTeX Editor: Equatio’s technology has taken the hard work out of creating and editing LaTeX expressions.
STEM Tools: Equatio is not just for math educators. We’ve got tools for science teachers too. With a chemical formula writer, periodic table, and more.
Speech input: Dictate equations and formulas aloud. Equatio understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions.
Who can use the EquatIO software license?
- All MSU Students, Faculty and Staff
How can I get a copy of EquatIO?
- Windows and Mac
- Google Chrome OS
Sign In Instructions
When you sign in, please make sure to use the Microsoft login, using your netiD and
When prompted to sign in, select the blue button labeled "Sign In with Microsoft" Thensign in with your netID email address,
- e.g. [email protected]
Support Resources & Training
- At this link https://shorturl.at/azP14 you will find the Equatio Academy which has resources for
- Tech Support
- Intro to EquatIO
- Feature Tour
- Training Guide
- How To Articles
- Student Resources
- Learning Resources
- Guides in French and Spanish
- Product Updates
If you need to install Read&Write Gold for a lab, please submit a request to the helpdesk.
EquatIO has training video on YouTube which you can access here: