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February

Latest Additions to the Math Forum's Internet Resource Collection (28 February 1998)
Over 210 new entries or updates were made to the database during the month of February.
February Additions to the Dr. Math Archives (28 February 1998)
118 new question-&-answer entries were added to the tables of contents during February 1998.
JPBM Congressional Action Network (16 February 1998)
Several new documents have been added to the set of pages the Math Forum hosts for JPBMCAN. Find out how you can become an advocate for mathematics.
Math Forum Internet News (8 February 1998)
On February 7 the number of subscribers to the Math Forum's electronic newsletter crossed the 2000 mark.

January

Latest Additions to the Math Forum's Internet Resource Collection (31 January 1998)
Over 265 new entries or updates were made to the database during the month of January.
January Additions to the Dr. Math Archives (31 January 1998)
75 new Question-&-Answer entries were added to the tables of contents during January 1998.
The WWW in Mathematical Instruction (28 January 1998)
A report from the 1998 AMS/MAA Annual Meeting, held earlier this month in Baltimore, MD. We've provided more information about the session entitled The WWW in Mathematical Instruction, which was organized by Earl D. Fife, Larry Husch, and Gene Klotz (Director of the Math Forum).
Undergraduate Research Programs in Mathematics (20 January 1998)
The Math Forum hosts a growing database of announcements for undergraduate math research programs, including Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU), other summer programs (non-REU), and research semester programs. Browse our listings, conduct a simple search by keyword, or use our custom search to locate programs by area and math topic, view upcoming events, or explore the entire database. To submit an entry for a math research program not yet listed, please use the form provided.
Revisit BEATCALC (1 January 1998)
B. Clay has been sending out tips to a mailing list of 5000 subscribers for over two years, and in the Math Forum's BEATCALC archive you'll find 112 ways to amaze your friends with your mental abilities, and beat the calculator!

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