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Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.

MAA Session

The Use of Hand-Held Technology in the Teaching and Learning of MathematicsOrganizers:

Marcelle Bessman, Jacksonville University marjon@ix.netcom.com

V. J. Rammamurthy, Northern Florida State University

Bert K. Waits, The Ohio State University

Requiring Graphing Calculators in Large General Education Classes

William E. Bonnice, University of New HampshireLying Calculators, Dancing Sine Curves, Or Will The Real Sine Curve Please Stand Up!

Tom Guglielmo, Mercy CollegeThe TI -92 in Calculus with a Lab Component

Mary Ann Connors, University of Massachusetts, Amherst UGraphing calculators and College Algebra

Kay Gura, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Gabriella Wepner, Ramapo College of New JerseyTeaching developmental algebra using manipulatives and the TI-92

Amelia S. Kinard, Columbia CollegeShould Recursion be Taught in Basic Mathematics Courses?

Antonio R. Quesada, The University of AkronDiscussionHandheld Technology in Multivariable Calculus

William G McCallum, University of Arizona

Deborah Hughes Hallett, Harvard UniversityThe Classroom of the Future: Computers AND Graphing Calculators AND a Document Camera

John C Hennessey, Loyola CollegeA Blind Man's Description of the Elephant

Darlene Whitkanack, Indiana UniversityAre they the same?

Joan Hosdowich McCarter, Arizona State UniversityPhase Portraits in Introductory Differential Equations on the HP-48G/GX

David N Dudley, Phoenix College

With and Without Graphing Calculators: A Direct Comparison

Janet C. Woodland, University of ArkansasCalculator Calculus for Commuters

Elyn Rykken

Iztok HozoUsing Handheld Technology to Teach More Mathematics to More Students

Benjamin N. LevyA New Kind of Regression Analysis Method.

Jongsook Han, Edward Waters CollegeCalculus Reform in the Precalculus Class

Robert A Hollister, Jacksonville UniversityKnowing When to Punch

Cathy W Carter, Christian Brothers UniversityA Student Project in a Business Mathematics Course

David K. Ruch, Sam Houston State UniversityDiscovery Learning in Calculus with the TI-92

Barbara K. D'Ambrosia, John Carroll University

Carl R. Spitznagel, John Carroll University

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