Equatio for LMS
Create math equations, formulas, quizzes and more directly in your learning management system.
Add math to your LMS
Equatio® for LMS integrates easily with Learning Management Systems (LMS). This lets you add math equations, formulas, graphs and more into the Rich Content Editor, with a click. Equatio’s input methods, are all supported within a learning management system, bringing the benefits of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and personalised learning directly into the LMS environment.
* Available with an Unlimited License of Equatio only
Using Equatio in Blackboard LMS
Have you ever tried to create Math & STEM content in a Blackboard course? What was that experience like for you?
Equatio help you make Math and STEM content just about anywhere inside of Blackboard with the simple click of the Insert Math button from our Web Toolbar.
Using Equatio with Respondus Lockdown Browser
The Respondus LockDown Browser is a secure online testing system.
Helping to prevent cheating by “locking down” the student’s device to only allow access to their test or exam. The equatio integration allows access to approved features. Giving students access to the tools they rely on to succeed. While also maintaining the integrity of the test itself.
If you have any questions about integrating Equatio into your learning management system, you’d like to see it in action or you’d like to talk to one of our Texthelpers about licensing options, then please complete this form.
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What educators say about Equatio
“Using Equatio was a real turning point for me and my students, finally we could all learn math in a fully digital and inclusive way.”