American Institute of Mathematics
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|The American Institute of Mathematics (AIM) "expands the frontiers of mathematical knowledge through focused research projects, sponsored conferences, and the development of an on-line mathematics library." See, in particular, the nonprofit organization's Open Textbook Initiative, collections of Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks (UTMOST) and of unsolved problems in research mathematics, and network of Math Teachers' Circles. Founded in 1994 by Silicon Valley businessmen John Fry and Steve Sorenson, AIM receives funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF).|
|Levels:||Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College, Research|
|Resource Types:||Problems/Puzzles, Research Centers, Books|
|Math Topics:||General, History and Biography|
|Math Ed Topics:||Writing/Communication in Math, Conferences, Workshops/Inservice/Training|
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