Allison interviews Rachel Kruzel from Texthelp about EquatIO, their software package that makes math more accessible. EquatIO allows students and educators to create equations, formulas, and graphs, digitally. Its features include an equation editor, graph editor, handwriting recognition, speech input, and a screenshot reader. EquatIO gives students the opportunity to show their mastery in math in a way that best suits them. Students with learning difficulties or visual impairments can hear their math read aloud to them. They can speak, draw or type problems and equations directly onto their device. The setting is the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference show floor at the Marriott in Anaheim, CA.
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