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4434Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Mohammed Kaabar
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The Math Forum is one the best websites in mathematics. This website offers several topics in mathematics and mathematics education. In addition, it has many resources such as publications. educational materials, and internet-based resources. For each mathematics topic, this website offers sub-topics, and this gives user an option to select the topic of interest. Finally, this website is highly recommended for students, researchers, instructors, and other people interested in leaning mathematical sciences.Thu, 18 Jun 2015 03:25:49 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Rose Marie Nario
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Looking at this link, I felt overwhelmed the first time, as I continue browsing I realized that this is a helpful link for math students. It gives valuable and tons of information.They offer interactive tools for better comprehension and for learning Math more enjoyableMon, 14 Sep 2009 16:05:10 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Robert Coffron
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I spent about a half an hour reviewing this forum and found it pretty comphrehensive. They have all kinds of interactive programs to tackle a variety of math, and your personal math problems. I feel very strongly that the content is accurate and wide ranging in it's ability to help educate a student or someone who wants to sharpen their math skills. I do think that used appropriately the math forum page is an excellent interactive tool that will both help students and help faculty alike. One reason I feel this way is with peer review and all the resources this site brings to bare it is truly a great source of information to help students.Ease of use, I'm not the most technical person around, but I thought it was pretty easy to manuever in and around this page to get the information you need.Mon, 14 Sep 2009 14:27:56 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Roslyn Hoover
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I first browsed through the site getting a understanding of the organization of the site. It has so much information but it is all easy to get to and you can even search for topics you are looking for. I than narrowed my search to educational materials. The content of this link was very interesting. They had games, audio, visuals, puzzles and more. The content was presented in a way where I could either play or I could look up serious topics through other links, but either way I was learning something. I really liked how diverse this website was, you can find so much information it applies to a vast amount of students ranging from elementary to college levels. This website was very easy to use and for first time users it will be very fun and informative.Mon, 14 Sep 2009 14:14:34 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Reina Batto
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The Math Forum-Internet Mathematics Library is very helpful to people like me, who is not very fond of Math.It offers resources from basic Math to higher levels of Math. It has an interactive games, puzzles, and quizzes. Lots of fun. It's a good way to review Math.Sun, 13 Sep 2009 23:47:48 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Julia Eckhardt
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a)I probably spent almost an hour reviewing this site. It's a massive website with an overwhelming amount of links, but I mean that in a good way. I reviewed many, many topics, ranging widely across the board from our ex-President Clinton's initiatives on math education to the religious applications of math (like Islamic star patterns) to sites about very basic math. Some websites had things I could try out or follow along with and others were purely informational or maybe didn't actually concern applications of mathematics, instead being about understanding of topics surround math, like politics and educational funding.b) This website is sort of an imitation of what MERLOT itself is, which is a collection of links that can all be used for different types of learning and teaching. As a result, though all were valuable, not all are equally great. Therefore, the educational value of the site as a whole is tremendous, however individual sites would have to be judged alone. And like anything else, some seemed to have more effort put in to them than others.c) I think that as a teaching tool, it would be useful for Math G students especially who spend a lot of time understanding what a wide variety of topics are mathematics. The site gives a sense of having a bird's eye view of the field of mathematics, as broad and immense as it is, with all it's different topics offered and varieties of disciplines. Additionally, it's also beneficial for both students and teachers to be able to have one place where so many resources are available.d) The very front page of the site was organized well, but not great. What does make it good though is how different search options are utilized, as things can be browsed either by topic, type of resource or level. Most websites I saw were very easy to use or follow.Mon, 3 Nov 2008 07:32:36 -0800Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Liana Hoover
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This websites title really says it all about what you will find on here. The Internet Mathematics Library is an overwhelming amount of knowledge about almost everything in math! I found good and bad things. The bad was that with every link I'd click, there would be 10 or more more options on the subject. I could see that someone might find this annoying, because they may have trouble finding their answers or also, someone could find this helpful. There is obviously a vast amount of information here. A teacher could use this site for the fantastic resources like the puzzles and games in a classroom. But also a student could independently navigate through and do research on any type of mathematical subject. The quality of what I looked at was helpful. I browsed through lessons and lecture notes and also some puzzles. The explanations of simple algebra to even statistics were clear and easy to read. This was a helpful site.Technical Remarks:Harder to navigate than usual, maybe because of the vast amount of links.Sat, 1 Nov 2008 22:36:10 -0700Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Dawn Minami
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I found this site to be very good. I spent 30 min. reviewing the many topics and evenually found myself focusing on the Chaos, Fractals and non-linear dynamincs sections. I liked the section on "chaos in the classroom" with its discussion on teaching "the new math" to students. I will most likely use it as a resource to write a final research paper. However, I think this site is very comprehensive and could be used as resource for any math topic. It was easy to use, but I did find several links that were unavailable. Thu, 13 Nov 2003 00:00:00 -0800Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Xylene Dagun
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This website is so great. I must've went through almost all subjects it has. It contains all topics that I never knew could relate to Math. I had to make a speech for my Math class a couple weeks ago inregarding a topic that has to do with Math. And It would've been so easy to pick one if I knew that this website exist. The Math Forum seem to have all the materials anyone would need to relate math in everything. It explains and makes you understand the topics that you struggle to comprehend....and also provides links to other math sites which could also be very helpful. Definitely a website that is recommendable to not just anyone that loves math but also that wants to learn more.Mon, 3 Mar 2003 00:00:00 -0800Comment for The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library from Lisa Szot
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I spent about 20 to 25 minutes browsing and using the site. I found many different materials that would be very useful for students to use inside and outside of a classroom. I feel that this site offers many different types of activities that students would really respond to. There are activities that can help the students to review different topics. There are also activities that will enable the students to extend their learning. I was impressed by all of the different activities and topics that the site covered. I feel that there are many different uses for this site to help make the material more interesting for students. There are also many ideas for teachers that can help them to convey different topics. I feel that the site is very easy to use. There are many different ways to search for material so that you are not spending alot of time weeding through information that you do not need.Technical Remarks: I found the problem of the week section to be very interesting. I think that this is a great place for students to go to challenge themselves. They will also be able to work with other students and contribute their thoughts.Mon, 21 Oct 2002 00:00:00 -0700