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MATH
(math) n. the study of numbers, forms, arrangements, and associated
relationships, using rigorously defined literal, numerical, and operational
symbols.

Real
Analysis
Red Hot & NewInteractive Real
Analysis is an online, interactive textbook for Real Analysis
or Advanced Calculus in one real variable. It deals with sets,
sequences, series, continuity, differentiability, integrability
(Riemann and Lebesgue), topology, and more.

Appetizers
for Math and Reason
This site offers online classrooms for math and reasoning skills.
If one appetizer or lesson is not to your liking, try another.
Each one is different. Each one offers a unique view of math and
reason. These comments and reviews are recommended to first time
visitors

A
Virtual Center for Math Education on the Internet
What's New Math Activity of the Month The Franklin 8Square
Geometer's Sketchpad Labs Showcase Including: MER Forum Workshop
Constructing Math on the Internet Search or Browse The Annotated
Forum Collectionof Internet Math Resources Steve's Dump Math Resources
by Subject MathEducation Key Issuesin Math K12 College amp; Advanced
Math Topics Innovations and Concerns About the Math Forum Math
Forum

Mathematics
Information Servers
There are several mirror sites for this list. This information
is also available as several shorter lists. Magellan has rated
this resource as a 3Star site. The most recent changes to this
list were made on September 19 1996. General Related Topics Mathematics
Department Web servers Germany United Kingdom USA For Gopher servers
see the excellent lists at Mathematics Archives and Lake Forest
Colle

Bamdad's Mathematical Cartoons
Enjoy A Cartoon of me A Math Teacher Meaning of Life Math Phobic's
Nightmare Slice of Pizza Math in Church 3's and 4's Attitude Transplant
Volume Ordering Pizza The Bet Paying Off the Bet Cheating The
Living Dead Pi Are Square Parallel Lines Averages NonEuclidian
Geometry Math Religion Hypotenuse Fractions Technology Diagonal
of a Square Free Country Math Mystery Trick Q

Upward
Bound Regional Math Science Center (University of Maine)
Upward Bound MathScience is a program designed to
expose high school students to a math and science curricula not
found in most high schools. It is a program that emphasizes rising
to one's potential no matter what the background of the student
is with the goal of entering collage after the threeyear program.
With support from federal and private institutions it serves high
school students from K12 Education  Education  Social Sciences
 Mathematics
Archives
Teaching materials software WWW links organized by Mathematical Topics.
Searchable database. Public domain and shareware software links to
other software sites. Calculus Resources Online Emerging Scholars
Program Graphing Calculators JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages
K12 Teaching Materials Lessons Tutorials and Lecture Notes Visual
Calculus etc. Electronic Proceedings of the CTM and the ICTCM

CHANCE
Database
For some good examples from newspapers, magazines, etc. to use in
the teaching of probability and statistics check out the CHANCE
Database.
 CTI
Centre for Statistics
CTI Statistics, based in the Statistics Department of the University
of Glasgow, is one of a number of subjectbased centres working to
encourage the use of learning technologies in UK higher education.
The principal aim of these centres is to promote, support and disseminate
information on the use of computers in teaching within a particular
subject area.
 CTI
Mathematics
CTI Mathematics is a national centre, funded by the Higher Education
Funding Councils (United Kingdom), set up to support and promote the
use of computers in teaching Mathematics at degree level throughout
the UK. The Centre is an authoritative source of information about
appropriate computer based materials for teaching. This is available
as a guide to software for teaching or as individual information packs.
The Centre also produces the quarterly newsletter Maths&Stats, with
the latest news on a bulletin board accessible over electronic mail.
 The
Data and Story Library
DASL is an online library of datafiles and stories that illustrate
the use of basic statistics methods. We hope to provide data from
a wide variety of topics so that statistics teachers can find realworld
examples that will be interesting to their students. Use DASL's powerful
search engine to locate the story or datafile of interest.
 DeLibertions
 Mathematics Section
DeLiberations on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is
a magazine for academics, librarians and education developers. The
Mathematics Section contains information about the changes in the
teaching of mathematics in the UK, the debate about these changes
and associated WWW resources.
 Dynamical
Systems and Technology Project
This project is a National Science Foundation sponsored project designed
to help secondary school and college teachers of mathematics bring
contemporary topics in mathematics (chaos, fractals, dynamics) into
the classroom, and to show them how to use technology effectively
in this process. At this point, there are several interactive papers
available. These are designed to help teachers understand the mathematics
behind such topics as iterated function systems (the chaos game) and
the Mandelbrot and Julia sets.
 INPUT
in Mathematics Service Courses
This WEB page is presented by Central Michigan University and partially
funded by an Annenberg/CPB grant. The goal of this page is to provide
an information forum specifically for instructors interested in Technological
and Innovative reform in Mathematics Service Courses. INPUT stands
for Inovative Programs Using Technology.
 Institute
on History of Mathematics and Its Use in Teaching
The overarching goal of IHMT is to increase the presence of history
in the undergraduate mathematics curriculum.
 The
Interactive Mathematics Text Project
The Interactive Mathematics Text Project contains information about
"Interactive Texts" which can be used with various symbolic mathematics
packages.
 The
International Commission on Mathematical Instruction
An archive of the ICMI Bulletin is kept on the Mathematics Archives.
 The
International DERIVE Journal
The Journal is pleased to publish contributions on any aspect of the
use of symbolic algebra systems, and in particular DERIVE, in education
and training likely to be of interest to readers. The main criterion
of acceptance is that the material should make a contribution to knowledge
in this field. There are three types of contribution considered for
publication in the International DERIVE Journal. These are research
papers, didactic issues, opinions and DERIVE Activities for class
use.
 Martindale's
'The Reference Desk: Calculators OnLine'
The mother of all calculating sites. If you want to calculate anything
from the payoff date of your mortgage to the distance to the nearest
star, come here.
 Math
Forum
Formerly called the Geometry Forum, the Math Forum has as its
goal to build a community that can be a center for all who have an
interest in mathematics education. They work towards this goal in
several ways: hosting of newsgroups, organizing a collection of links
to various mathematics resources, and involvement with the development
and evaluation of Internet math materials.
 Math
Link
Math Link is a website based at the University of Illinois that is
designed to deliver professional development opportunities and classroom
resources to teachers of mathematics, statistics and related subjects
at the high school and lower division college levels.
 MESA
 Mathematics, Engineering, Scientific Achievement
MESA, one of the country's oldest and most successful educational
programs to assist disadvantaged and underrepresented students become
math and science professionals. A program of the University of California,
MESA works with over 21,000 students throughout California from elementary
through university levels. MESA is funded by the state legislature,
corporate contributions, and grants. MESA four components programsthe
MESA Schools Program (MSP), Success Through Collaboration (STC), MESA
California Community College Program (MESA CCCP) and MESA Engineering
Program (MEP)provide academic advising, group study, career exploration,
parent involvement, and other services for students.
 Oklahoma
State University Mathematics Education Center
The Oklahoma State University Mathematics Education Internet Source
was opened March 21, 1995 with the aid of a National Science Foundation
grant #DUE 9450848. Our goal is to serve mathematics educators, particularly
as their needs relate to the use of technology in undergraduate mathematics.
 Resources
for teaching statistics
 The
Shell Centre for Mathematical Education
The Shell Centre for Mathematical Education is a center for research
and development within the School of Education at the University of
Nottingham. Its small staff guide a wide range of projects, many in
collaboration with other institutions in England and around the world.
 Spreadsheets,
Mathematics, Science, and Statistics Education
This page tries to collect some information about spreadsheets with
an emphasis on mathematics and statistics education.
 Using
Technology in Mathematics Service Courses
This WEB page is presented by Central Michigan University and partially
funded by an Annenberg/ CPB grant. The goal of this page is to provide
an information forum specifically for instructors interested in Technological
and Innovative reform in Mathematics Service Courses.
 The
Workshop for Computer Aided Tutoring for Mathematics
Check out the Workshop for Computer Aided Tutoring for Mathematics
set up at Simon Fraser University.
 Trinity
College CS Clearinghouse
This is a public domain clearinghouse that aims to support undergraduate
education in computer science. Contained in the clearinghouse are
WWW links to those colleges and universities that have WWW pages containing
CS teaching materials. The materials include handouts, lab assignments,
programming assignments, exams, lecture notes and other course related
materials. The resources are indexed by school.
 21st
Century Problem Solving
This site allows teachers a logical way to teach problem solving and
allows students to practice solving problems so they can learn more
easily.

Appetizers and Lessons for Math and Reason
This site is an online classroom for logic and mathematics.
 Ask
Dr. Math!
Ask Dr. Math about mathematics questions from elementary to college
level!
 Calculus
& Mathematica Home Page
This WWW site is used to teach calculus to high school and college
students in over 30 different institutions around the world.
 Cornell
Theory Center Math and Science Gateway
This Gateway provides links to resources in mathematics and science
for educators and students in grades 912.
 Electronic
Games for Education in Math and Science
EGEMS is a joint effort by scientists, educators, and game and educational
software developers to research and develop teaching materials that
integrate computers into the classroom. The aim of this research is
to increase the number of children in Grades 48 who enjoy (and therefore
learn) math and science.
 Geometry
Forum
This site includes a teacher's place, a student center, research capabilities,
other geometry sites, and much more.
 High
School Math Lessons
This site contains great math lessons involving averages and the Indy
500, populaiton tables, geometry and pizza, time/rate of speed calculations
and traffic reports, and linear equations and housing markets just
to name a few. This site contains lessons concerning math and internet
researching all in one.
 Humboldt
State University Mathematics Department
This site includes information on the CSUH math department, mathematics
organizations on the web, newsletters and archives, search tools for
math sites on the web, and other web sites of interest.
 Illinois
Mathematics and Science Academy
IMSA is an Illinois state high school dedicated to promoting education
in students gifted in the Math and Sciences.
 Math
Tables
This site contains tables for general math, algebra, geometry, trig,
calculus, odds and ends, advanced topics as well as a search tool
if you can't find what you're looking for.
 Mathematical
Association of America
The mission of the MAA is to promote and advance interest in the mathematical
sciences for students in high school through graduate school.
 Math
Magic on the Web
Math Magic is a project designed for students to integrate the learning
of problem solving skills with computer skills.
 Choice,
Completeness, Compactness

A mathematics miniencyclopedia for advanced undergraduates and beginning
graduate students. Excerpts about the Axiom of Choice, orderings,
norms, etc.
 National
Education Supercomputer
The National Education Supercomputer is sponsored by the Department
of Energy. This site is designed to assist in education, production
of math and science animations, simulations and modeling to enhance
classroom science and math instruction.
 New
Jersey Networking Infrastructure in Education Project The
New Jersey Networking Infrastructure in Education (NJNIE) Project
is a national demonstration project to promote effective applications
of Internet in K12 mathematics, science and technology classrooms.
 Mathematical
Resources (Oklahoma State)
 Mathematical
Resources on the Web (U Florida)
 Mathematical
Topics and Sources (U Penn)
 Mathematics
Archives
MathNet at KonradZuseZentrum
 Calculus Resources
 Motherofall
BBS: Mathematics
 Yahoo
Mathematics Node
 AMS
Mathematics on the Web
 CSC
Mathematical Topics
 EINet
Galaxy Applied Mathematics Node
 Mathematical
Constants
 Geometry
Formulas and Facts
 Mathematics
 Algebra
Problems Online
 Geometry
Center Search Page
 Dave's
Math Tables
 Graphics
for Calculus
