 Loci  Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
Loci is a peerreviewed journal publishing articles, modules, applets, and reviews continuously as they are ready to be posted. Loci takes advantage of the World Wide Web as a publication medium for materials containing dynamic, fullcolor graphics; internal and external hyperlinks to related resources; applets in Java, Flash, Shockwave, or other languages; MathML, SVG, and other XML markups; audio and video clips; and other Webbased features. It continues three earlier online publications in MathDL: The Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, Digital Classroom Resources, and Convergence. Loci is a publication of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). It is the journal of the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL), a pathway within the National Science Digital Library, and has received support from National Science Foundation grants DUE0085861 and DUE435198. The ISSN is 19419198.
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 Mathematics and the WWW  Gene Klotz, The Math Forum
This 1997 hypertext document by Math Forum Director Gene Klotz outlines his views of the effect of the World Wide Web on mathematics and math education. Although the paper was the basis for a talk given to college mathematicians, it is written for a general audience. Gene's goals: a) to give novices a good overview of the WWW and math; b) to fill in gaps in the knowledge of more advanced users; and c) to examine where we appear to be going. Gene offers controversial conclusions and imagines wonderful and horrible possibilities, along with strategies for seizing opportunities and avoiding pitfalls. A form of this paper was presented at the spring 1997 meeting of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware section of the MAA.
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 MIT EVAT Committee Report on the Uses of the WWW  Ad Hoc Committee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A study of opportunities for the use of advanced technologies such as the WWW in education by an ad hoc committee appointed by the President of MIT and calling itself EVAT, for "Education Via Advanced Technologies." A number of recommendations were made for MIT, which the chairman of the committee says "may or may not be appropriate for other colleges or universities." General and novel properties of the Web; likely evolution; glossary of Web terms.
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 Teacher Exchange  the Math Forum
Web units, lessons, and activities organized by NCTM Standards and grade band level. Created by Math Forum staff members, educators, and collaborations between the two. Teachers may contribute their own lessons and ideas as well.
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 The World Wide Web and Pedagogy  Mathematics Education at The Math Forum
Examples of the hypertextual, hypermedia, communications capabilities of the Web in education: articles, courses, conferences, and model Web units.
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