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Integrating Emerging Technologies into Undergraduate Mathematics Courses

Erick Hofacker, Kathryn Ernie, Sherrie Serros
June 1-4, 2010
Bloomington, Minnesota

Registration Fee: $175 by April 20, $250 after

Over the past decade, there has been an exciting development of new technologies and applications which can be used in all levels of undergraduate math courses. There are numerous online resources available that provide interactive exploration of mathematical concepts. The following is a partial list of technologies and resources participants will learn about: a) Creating podcasts, using digital ink, to develop learning objects and to communicate with students. b) Discussing the use of clickers and how to develop conceptually based clicker questions. c) Compiling an annotated resource of available online materials. d) Developing activities and assignments that make use of interactive materials.

For additional information visit the Integrating Emerging Technologies into Undergraduate Mathematics Courses workshop webpage.

Questions about PREP? Contact Olga Dixon at 202-319-8498 or odixon@maa.org.

 

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