A report on the use of the Connected Curriculum Project materials in multivariable calcus and differential equations at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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This applet and corresponding activity represent a general demonstration of the effects of the Central Limit Theorem. It is part of the Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR).

This module, based on Mathwright Microworld technology, allows linear algebra students to visualize linear transformations of the form Ax = y, where A is a 2 by 2 matrix.

An **article** describing the development of a database for online formative assessment to be used as independent or supplemental material for a precalculus course.

A **mathlet** for exploring solutions of the Transport Equation by the method of characteristics.

This collection of pdf files use the PascGalois software for guided explorations in the context of Number Theory course.

This applet allows the user to test a graph for planarity by simply dragging the nodes around until the graph's edges don't cross. Fixed exercises and an interface for drawing your own graph are given.

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.