Schedule for the Meeting of PIs and Other Senior Personnel
NSF DUE Projects in Mathematics
March 14-16, 2002
Thursday Evening, March 14
7:00 PM Kickoff dinner for participants in Gallery 2-3 of the Hilton Arlington and Towers with welcome from the MAA by Tina Straley and from NSF by Lee Zia
Friday, March 15
All activities will take place within the NSF Building. You will need to go in through security on the first floor of the North Wing of the Building to get an NSF identification badge. All activities, except for the breakouts, will be in Room 375.
8:15 AM Continental Breakfast and Poster Set-up
8:45 AM Don Albers and Alexa Epstein: Contemporary Issues in Publishing
9:45 AM What's on NSF's Horizon? -- Dennis Davenport, Elizabeth Teles, and Lee Zia
10:30 AM Break
10:45 AM The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) and the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL): Doug Ensley, Lang Moore, and Frank Wattenberg. Click here for materials.
11:30 AM Adapting and Reusing Online Materials: Frank Wattenberg and Joe Yanik
11:45 AM Organization of Breakouts: Tom Rishel
1:00 PM Breakout Sessions I
There will be five distinct sessions. The same sessions will be offered again on Saturday morning.
Breakout 1: A hands-on survey of mathematical materials on the Web: Lang Moore. Click here for materials.
Breakout 2: A hands-on workshop on modifying and reusing existing online materials in mathematics: Frank Wattenberg and Joe Yanik
Breakout 3: Creating and Working with Online Materials: a Basic Primer. A hands-on online workshop introducing HTML -- working with graphics, mathlets, and more: Doug Ensley. Click here for materials.
Breakout 4: Writing for Publication: Tom Rishel and Brian Winkel. Click here for materials.
Breakout 5: Working with Publishers: Alexa Epstein
3:00 PM Reaching Underrepresented Minorities, Project Welcome: Bill Hawkins and Jim White
3:45 PM What Does MAA Have to Offer? -- Susan Ganter. Click here to download the PowerPoint presentation.
4:15 PM Online Testing: Michael Gage. Click here for presentation materials.
4:45 PM Poster Session
6:00 PM Dinner
Saturday, March 16
All activities will take place within the NSF Building. All activities, except for the breakouts, will be in Room 375.
8:30 AM Continental Breakfast and Poster Session
9:00 AM Breakouts Sessions II
The sessions offered on Friday will be repeated in the same rooms with the same leaders.
10:45 AM Break
11:00 AM Organization of Breakouts Sessions on Issues
11:15 AM Breakouts on Issues
12:15 PM Lunch
1:15 PM Breakout Reports
2:00 PM Wrapup
3:00 PM Adjourn