28 June 1999 Vol. 4, No. 26
THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS
Math on the Web  AMS  Constants/Units  NIST  Grouping/Cooperative Learning
MATHEMATICS ON THE WEB (AMS)
http://www.ams.org/mathweb/
A comprehensive guide to mathematicsrelated Web sites,
aimed primarily at the professional mathematician.
Categories include:
 Literature Guides: abstracting, reviewing and database
services; bibliographies; miscellaneous lists
 Mathematics Online: journals; books; preprints
 Mathematics Offline: document delivery; libraries;
publishers' pages; book dealers
 Mathematics organized by AMS classification; by topic;
as history; as software
 Mathematics People: addresses, home pages, email, etc.;
discussion groups; list servers
 Reference Literature: classifications; serials;
institutions; handbooks; dictionaries; directories
 Mathematics Servers: departments; institutes and centers;
gopher server lists; societies, associations, and
organizations; other Web servers
 Related Resources: AMS TeX and TeX; tools; computers;
software companies; the Web and searching
This page is one of the many services provided by eMATH,
the Web site of the American Mathematical Society:
http://www.ams.org/
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CONSTANTS, UNITS, AND UNCERTAINTY  NIST
http://www.physics.nist.gov/cuu/
A page from the National Institute of Standards and
Technology, with three sections:
 Fundamental Physical Constants: values of the constants
and related information, with a searchable bibliography
 International System of Units: indepth information on
the SI, the modern metric system
 Uncertainty: guidelines for the expression of uncertainty
in measurement
This reference is one of the technical activities of the
Fundamental Constants Data Center of the NIST Physics
Laboratory:
http://physics.nist.gov
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GROUPING AND COOPERATIVE LEARNING  Math Forum
The Forum's Internet Mathematics Library now provides a
collection of links to grouping and cooperative learning
resources:
http://mathforum.org/library/ed_topics/grouping/
Browse or search this category, or visit our page of selected
articles, discussions, and sites on COLLABORATIVE LEARNING:
http://mathforum.org/mathed/colearn.html
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MATH FORUM PROBLEMS OF THE WEEK: 199899 AWARDS
http://mathforum.org/pow/awards99.html
During the 199899 school year, more than 18,500 students
from over 4,500 schools submitted solutions to the Forum's
five Problems of the Week. The students who most consistently
submitted excellent solutions and the schools with the
highest numbers of submissions are recognized on the POW
awards pages.
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