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n this note, we describe our policy on a number of basic issues related to writing style, reference style, and the format of JOMA articles.

This module uses a small sample of the applets in the Mathlets package together to explore exponential functions and their derivatives in depth.

In this applet, a user fills in a grid to create a distribution of numbers. The applet displays the size of the standard deviation and the position of the mean in the distribution. An activity is provided to facilitate the use of the applet to investigate standard deviation.
A Biological ESTEEM module in the Genetics Category. This workbook performs six-frame translation on a short user-input nucleotide sequence and highlights the position of stop codons.
A Web page with photographs and text to illustrate the mathematical differences in architecture between Spain and Italy
This suite of five interactive applets (written with GeoGebra) allows exploration of definitions and theorems commonly presented in first-year analysis courses. Topics include sequence convergence, continuity at a point, the Mean Value theorem, Taylor series, and Riemann sums. Included with each applet is a pair of activities: one for becoming comfortable using the applet, and one for using the applet to explore the associated topic in depth.
A Biological ESTEEM module in the Epidemiology Category. This worksheet implements an SIR (Susceptible/ Infected/ Resistant) model of epidemiology for vector-borne diseases.

In this article we present a collaborative environment of open source tools around the dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra that gives educators the freedom to create new and modify existing materials in an online community.

A mathlet for constructing graphs of functions of a complex variable, using color as the fourth dimension.
A collection of GeoGebra applets and activities for exploring the properties of reflections, rotations, translations and glide reflections in the plane.

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