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4434Homework and Study Help
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Review notes over concepts. Videos as well.Interactive Mathematics
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This site can be used equally well for demonstration materials in lectures and for tutorial purposes. Topics range from basic algebra through first-year calculus. Solved exercises throughout make the site especially appropriate for individual study. Interactive elements are added using LiveMath and Macromedia Flash.BBC Learning Bitesize Higher Maths
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The site is part of the learning area of BBC Scotland that includes a variety of K-12 subjects. This area focuses on the material for the Scottish “Higher” exams in mathematics. These national exams are normally taken by students age 15 or 16, and play a significant role in university admission. The main subject groups for the material in this mathematics area site are algebra, calculus, geometry and trigonometry. The material is simple but well executed.S.O.S. Mathematics--Calculus
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A collection of review materials for calculus, including sample exercises and detailed solutions.Computer-based Calculus at Old Dominion University
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This is a page of links to several different learning/teaching materials, including: an extensive laboratory manual of computer activities for calculus in pdf format, a page of animations in various calculus subjects produced by Mathcad 6.0 but viewable in most browsers, an interactive tutorial in infinite series and an interactive test in integration techniques. While this site is described here as primarily "Lecture/Presentation," unquestionably parts of it would serve well for "tutorial" purposes and even "drill and practice.״Calculus Lecture Notes
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An extensive set of first-year calculus notes generated by latex2html.Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning Initiative (OLI)
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This site contains the learning materials for eleven online courses that are currently taught at Carnegie Mellon University. Students anywhere may use these materials as learning resouces. Instructors at other learning institutions may use and even base their own courses on these materials free of charge. An instructor can create an account on OLI, select and sequence course materials, and take advantage of OLI’s tracking of student progress. While all courses come in the "open and free" version, at least one course (Logic and Proofs) also comes in a version that requires payment of a fee to OLI. The available couses at this time are: Biology, Calculus, Causal Reasoning, Chemistry, Economics, Emperical Research Methods, French, Logic and Proofs, Physics, Statistics, and Statics.CSUB-NASA COLLABORATIVE 2007: Getting a Lift out of Calculus
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This is a FoilSim Activity demonstrating the uses of Calculus in aerodynamics. NASA materials are used to help students understand the concept of "lift".EnVision: A tool for live web-based communication in the mathematical sciences
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EnVision is a Web-based chat program that assists in the live communication of mathematical content. It is used by the author to conduct online office hours in introductory courses. It allows students to log in anonymously and thus reduce anxieties that they may have about seeking assistance.MERLOT Classics Series - Demos with Positive Impact
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This is a recording of a webinar by the authors of the material, "Demos with Positive Impact" (" target=״_blank״>http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=80956) as part of the MERLOT Classics Series on Elluminate. It is a good opportunity to explore the site from the authors' eyes and to gain insight into how they use it in classes.It would be good for a faculty development workshop or for individual enjoyment.