Vision Australia has undertaken a comparison of talking scientific calculators showing the features and functions available for each.
Versatile tactile drawing board that is used in combination with special film and a stylus to create instant raised-line drawings. The drawing board is intended for a wide audience, such as visually impaired students, teachers, parents, and adults. It can be used for producing simple raised-line graphics, demonstrating math concepts and tasks, demonstrating science concepts, practicing handwriting skills, playing games (e.g., tic-tac-toe), facilitating tracing activities or creating art drawings.
ADCET and the Australian Tertiary Education Network on Disability (ATEND) presented this webinar in June 2018. Greg O'Connor from texthelp introduced EquatIO. EquatIO a new tool for making digital maths and STEM simpler for students and teachers to create mathematical equations, formulas, graphs and more on their computer, or via a mobile device, tablet or Chromebook.