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Technology in the Upper-Level Curriculum - References

Author(s): 
Ellen J. Maycock

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Parker, E. Maycock (1996), Laboratory Experiences in Group Theory, The Mathematical Association of America

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Ellen J. Maycock, "Technology in the Upper-Level Curriculum - References," Loci (November 2004)

JOMA

Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications

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