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M.J.Winter

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looking for good tutorial/remedial software
Posted: Mar 22, 1995 5:36 PM
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Dear all,
MSU is planning a Math Resource Center with 10 or 12 stations
(networked). One intended use of this center is that students who discover
holes in their backgrounds (algebra, trig, especially) could find
interactive software that would help them get up to level. Does anyone
know of any good software? We will certainly have cd-rom capability.
Is there anything out there in the cd-i format? Is there anyhthing that
looked good in the catalogs but is not worth the money?
I'd appreciate any and all input. Hope I'm not too far off the intent of
this list - but the Standards do talk about technology.
Mary

Professor M. J. Winter email: winter@mth.msu.edu
Department of Mathematics fax: 517.432.1562
Michigan State University telephone: 517.353.6337
East Lansing, MI 48824 http://math.msu.edu:80/~winter/







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