International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning
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|A journal for papers not solely about computers; the mathematics discussed are not limited by current boundaries of the discipline or by current conceptions of the curriculum. The journal redefines mathematics learning and teaching, increasing connections with physics, biology, economics, engineering, computer science, psychology, art, anthropology and philosophy. Full-length, scholarly papers are accepted, as well as short, letter-like notes. It includes in-depth reviews of software and books, as well as a forum for the discussion of controversial issues. All submissions are refereed.|
|Resource Types:||Computers, Books, Journals, Software|
|Math Ed Topics:||Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies, Materials-Reviews/Recommendations, Computers, Pedagogical Research|
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