Orlando Sessions on Interactive Texts
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These are excerpts from the program for the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 10-13, 1996, Orlando, Florida.
From the MAA Session on Interactive Mathematics Texts in the Classroom - A
- Interactive math texts throughout the undergraduate curriculum.
Samad Mortabit, Saint Andrews Presbyterian College
- Mathwright workbooks for multivariable calculus and linear
Michael D. Pepe, Seattle Central Community College
- Writing Mathwright workbooks for a finite math course.
Dan Kalman, American University
- Using MathKit as a cognitive research tool.
Angela C. Hare, American University
- MathKit in the freshman math class.
Charles E. Hofmann, III, Dresher, Pennsyvlania
Roseanne S. Hofmann, Dresher, Pennsylvania
- Using MathKit lessons in first-year mainstream calculus.
Anthony D. Berard, Jr., King's College
- ODE animations.
Michael G. Branton, Stetson University
- ODE labs.
Margie A. Hale, Stetson University
- The free Mathwright library of workbooks on the Internet.
Ladnor D. Geissinger, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- CD---ROM curriculum for college algebra and trig.
Lawrence O. Cannon, Utah State University
Robert Heal, Utah State University
A. Gibbons, Utah State University
Interactive mathematics texts: Getting students involved.
MAA Poster Session
MAA Minicourse #6
Workshop mathematics: Using new pedagogy and technology in introductory
Nancy Baxter Hastings, Dickinson College
Allan Rossman, Dickinson College
Other Relevant Presentations
Interactive texts: Works in progress.
Gerald J. Porter, University of Pennsylvania
Dan Bach, Daiblo Valley College
Michael G. Branton, Stetson College
Margie A. Hale, Stetson College
Kyle T. Siegrist, University of Alabama, Huntsville
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