Autograph Resources

Using Autograph to enhance learning in the mathematics classroom

Getting Going | Linear Functions | Quadratic Functions | Statistics & Data Handling | Geometry | Calculus | Advanced Pure Mathematics |

These resources have been kindly provided by Alan Catley. Alan runs training courses throughout the world and has produced these as part of his work. Opening the index page below will allow easy access to the entire package, which is filed into topics as listed below. Within these areas you will find introductory materials, lesson plans, pupil sheets, instruction sheets and much more. While much of the content is self-explanatory, please bear in mind the fact that they were originally designed to be demonstrated 'on-site'. You can contact Alan through the address on each sheet if you would like further details about the courses and training he provides.

Alternatively you can access some of the resource sheets directly by following the links below:

Getting Going with Autograph

A selection of documents to guide you through some of the 'basics' of Autograph.

Linear Functions

Alan's Top Tip: Make sure you know how to use 'edit axes' and 'slow plot' (see above) to get the most out of the following:

Quadratic Functions

Statistics and Data Handling

Alan's Top Tip: The following list is just a selection. Follow the link the main statistics index here to access even more information.


Introducing Calculus

Advanced Pure Mathematics

  • Please note that you will (probably) need to be using Internet Explorer and MS Word for all the links to work properly.
  • These materials are designed for version 3.20 of Autograph. If you are using version 3.0, a corresponding set of resources can be found at the Suffolk Maths site here.
  • If you would like to experiment with these resources but do not currently have the software, you can download a free 30-day trial of Autograph here.
  • Also, please note that we are unable to offer technical support with this resource, and that all materials are downloaded at your own risk.