Information about the specifications and operation of Casio, Texas Instrument, and Hewlett Packard graphing calculators and data gathering devices.
Calculator Program Resources: This library contains copyrighted programs that are used here by permission. These programs are grouped by the calculator for which they are written but it is fairly easy to port a program from one RPN calculator to another. Part of The Museum of HP Calculators.
Casio Activities and Sample Exams: Step-by-step explanations related to class use of Casio calculators for various math and science activities and on such exams as the Arizona High School exam and the New York State Regents Exam.
Casio Calculators (Info and History): Information and history of development of Casio calculators.
Casio Calculator Manuals: In order to use this service to download user's guides and operating instructions (manuals), you must agree to be bound by Casio Corporation’s "Terms and Conditions”.
Casio Educational Classroom (University of Central Florida): Casio technology for classroom use.
Casio Graphing Calculators: Information about current graphing calculators manufactured by Casio.
Casio Video Tutorials
Classroom activities & lessons: New activities, developed by teachers, to help integrate Casio products into your classroom.
EA-100 Data Analysis System: Support currently available for the Casio EA-100. Site includes hyperlink to specifications, programs to drive Vernier Probes as well as documents to get you started with the EA100 and about 100 activities. Plug-in needed to use site.
EA-200 Data Analysis System: General information, functions, and specifications for the Casio EA-200.
Site includes hyperlink to numerous free programs.
HPCalc.Org: Software for and information about the HP 50, HP 49, HP 48, and HP 28 RPN programmable graphic calculators and the HP 38G, HP 39, and HP 40 programmable graphic calculators. Includes: Applications, Games, Math, Science and Engineering, and equipment documentation.
HP Calculator Accessories: This document gives an overview of the accessories available only for the HP 38, 39, 48, and 49 series graphing calculators.
HP Calculators (all types): Information about HP Scientific, Financial, and Graphing Calculators.
HP Calculators (including retired models): Support & troubleshooting for HP Calculators (including retired models).
HP Calculator Emulator program: Emulator download for HP models 10, 15, 35, 300 calculator.
HP Calculator Emulator Software for Educators: HP's calculator emulator software transforms a Windows PC into a working replica of an HP financial (10bII, 12c Platinum, 17bII+, 20b), graphing (Prime, 39gs, 40gs, 50g) or scientific (33s, 35s) calculator. This offer is only valid for educators who meet the program requirements.
HP Calculator Encyclopedia: Terms and abbreviations associated with HP Calculators. Also available in French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
HP Higher Education Resources: Free online classes, solutions for higher education, professional development, case studies, funding programs
HP K-12 Educational Resources: Digital learning solutions, K-12 Virtual Tour, professional development, free online classes.
Museum of HP Calculators: The Museum of HP Calculators displays and describes Hewlett-Packard calculators introduced from 1968 to 1986 plus a few interesting later models. There are also sections on calculating machines and slide rules as well as sections for buying and selling HP calculators, an HP timeline, collecting information and a software library.
Philadelphia Handheld And Portable Computer Club (all HP models): Supports HP Calculators, Palmtops and Organizers, makes the latest HP user-written software and technical articles available, keeps a library of HP handheld related presentations and conferences, from which copies may be obtained.
An Introduction to Programming HP Calculators: by Mervin E.Newton of Thiel College. This introduction to programming HP graphics calculators assumes the reader is already familiar with the basic operation of the calculator; it deals only with programming techniques.
CBL™/CBR™ App for the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus Families: This App allows students to easily collect and analyze real-world data from the CBL™ data collection system, or CBR™ data collection device.
John Hanna´s TI Information: TI 83 and 83-Plus programs, TI-89 files, Graphing Calculator documents related to using CBR and CBL with TI calculators, fractals, graph link and other information.
Texas Instruments Web Site Tour: This Internet Tour will take you on a trip to the Texas Instruments Web site. This site is rich with teaching resources and materials.
TI Calculator Math & Statistics Programs: Click on calculator model to see a list of programs relevant to specific courses. Most of these programs were written by Michael Lloyd.
TI Graph Link Cable and TI Connectivity Kits
ti SKILLS: This website is designed to develop graphing calculator skills for students who use Ti-83 or Ti-84 graphing calculators. This site is being developed by a permanently certified New York State mathematics teacher and uses functions from the calculator that he has found to be useful in helping his students check their problems.
TI 82 Graph Link Tutorial: Tutorial created by University of Illinois as part of the Math Teacher Link. Introduction to the use of the TI Graph Link with the TI82 Graphing Calculator.
TI-82 Basic Tutorial: Basic TI 82 tutorial offered through University of Illinois Math teacher link. Starts from scratch.
TI-82 Regression Curve Fits: Fitting Data/Regression with TI 82 teaches you how to fit a curve to data by using the linear, quadratic, and power function regression features of the TI 82.
TI-82 Sequences: Teaches the user how "to create tables and graphs for recursively defined functions and their corresponding explicit functions."
TI-83: Ticalc.org site that lists specifications and links for the TI83.
TI-83 Plus & TI-84 Plus TCC Tutorial: Written by Tacoma Community College math faculty member Scott MacDonald, this tutorial is designed to help TCC Math 111 (Business Algebra) students with the TI-83Plus and TI-84Plus calculator.
TI-83 Sequences: Sequences with the TI-83 is a "tutorial (that) shows how to create tables and graphs for recursively defined functions and their corresponding explicit functions." Created through the University of Illinois Math teacher link.
TI-83 TCC Quick Guide: Written by Tacoma Community College math faculty member Scott MacDonald, this tutorial is designed to help TCC students learn to operate their TI-83. Wait for file to load. Then select magnifying glass to enlarge.
TI 83/84 Troubleshooting: Great site to help you fix problems with the TI83/84 when they come up. Copyright © 2001–2011 by Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems .
TI-84 Plus: Product information about the TI-84 Plus.
TI-84 Plus Silver Edition: Product information about the TI-84 Plus, Silver Edition.
The TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition: Familiar TI-84 Plus functionality, High resolution, full-color backlit display, TI Rechargeable Battery, Import and use images.
TI-85 (discontinued): Ticalc.org site that lists information about the TI 85 calculator.
TI-86: Ticalc.org site that lists specifications and links for the TI86.
TI-86 TCC Tutorial: Written by Tacoma Community College math faculty member Scott MacDonald, this pdf file provides a brief, non-course-specific introduction to the TI-86.
TI-89 Basic Operations: TI-89 Graphing Calculator Basic Operations by Carolyn Meitler of Concordia University Wisconsin.
TI-92 Fundamental Tutorial: Basic TI 92 Tutorial was created through the University of Illinois Math Teacher Link. It is a tutorial which begins with basic functions of the calculator including graphing.
TI-92 Plus: Ticalc.org site that lists specifications and some links related to the TI92 plus calculator.
TI-Tiplist: TI-89 and 92: The TipList was originally created by Doug Burkett. From a modest collection of useful tips and and tricks on how to correctly and efficiantly use TI’s most advanced graphic calculators.
Virtual TI Calculators: TI calculator emulator. Emulates the TI-82, TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-85, TI-86, TI-89, TI-92, TI-92 II, and TI-92 Plus.
Calculator resources & policies
Alberta Canada Approved List of Calculators: Calculators that have been approved by Alberta Education that
may be used when writing mathematics diploma examinations.
AP Calculus AB Calculator Policy: Policy and calculators approved for use on AP Calculus AB Exam.
British Columbia (Canada) Calculator Policy: List of required and restricted calculator features adopted by the Ministry of Education.
Calculator and Math Research Studies: Various findings from research studies focused on using calculators for algebra students in Grades 9-12. Site maintained by Center for Implementing Technology in Education.
ERIC Research: Articles related to use of calculators in mathematics classes.
Graphing Calculator HELP: Very easy to use and very complete Help Site for TI 82, 83, 85, 86, 89, 92, HP48G, CFX9850, Sharp 9600, and Casio FX2 calculators. Site created and maintained by Prentice-Hall. Originally written by Charlie Biles.
Martindale´s Online Calculator Center: Information about many brands and models of calculators used world-wide.
Math Forum Calculator Information: Excellent site for links to tutorials, applications, and other information about a wide range of calculators.
The Role of Calculators in Math Education: Research compiled by Heidi Pomerantz, Rice University. Published on Texas Instruments site.
Data gathering devices
Data Collection: TI data collection devices for subjects ranging from Biology, Chemistry and Physics to middle grades and high school mathematics.
Data Collection Activities for the Middle Grades: Twelve mathematics- and science-based activities of interest in the middle grades using TI technology. Author(s) - Ellen C. Johnston and David A. Young
Data Collection Activities Study (2008): Masters Research Project studying frequency and impact on student learning of data collection and calculator use in secondary math classes by Lisa Enneking of Ball State University (July 2008).
Innovative Uses of Vernier Technology: Use of Vernier sensors in classrooms. Lessons, examples by teachers.