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Adaptive Technology Centre: Software and Assistive Devices

Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC), located in room 120, Stauffer Library, offering a range of services, computers, assistive devices, and specialized software that enable students with disabilities to read, write, research and study more effectively.

TextHelp EquatIO Numeracy Software

TextHelp EquatIO Premium Numeracy Software 

Information for Queen's University Students and Staff about the TextHelp EquatIO Premium Numeracy Software

EquatIO allows you to create equations, formulas, and more, digitally and accessibly. Helping to make math and STEM classes more accessible and engaging for every student, with tools to meet the needs of a wide range of personal learning styles across all STEM based subjects including science, math, business and accounting.

Please register using your email account for access to the TextHelp EquatIO Digital Math and STEM software.

TextHelp EquatIO Features

EquatIO Features:

EquatIO Equation Editor icon Equation editorCreate your math and science expressions by typing right into the editor.

                Use Prediction to insert fractions, exponents, operators, formulas, chemical symbols, and more.


EquatIO Graph Editor icon  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 Handwriting Recognition icon  Handwriting recognition: Handwrite math expressions using a touchscreen device or mouse pointer.


EquatIO Speech Input icon  Speech input: Dictate equations and formulas aloud. EquatIO understands what you’re saying, turning your spoken input to written expressions.


EquatIO Screenshot Reader icon  Screenshot reader: Turn any equation across the web into accessible, editable math with the EquatIO    Screenshot Reader.


Learn more about the TextHelp EquatIO Premium features here