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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Most academics have a love/hate relationship to teaching, and especially teaching Calculus. Prior to the first exam of the semester, it seems that everyone in the class is there for learning’s sake, discussing ideas, engaging in problem-solving. But we worry … Continue reading
Last semester, my university put on a production of Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead that got me thinking about the likelihood of flipping a lot of heads in a row. I wrote about it on my other … Continue reading
“What would you print if you had a 3D printer in your home?” James Madison University math professor Laura Taalman is printing a thing a day and blogging about it at MakerHome. Her family has a MakerBot Replicator 2 and … Continue reading
Over at the Secret Blogging Seminar , Scott Morrison is championing a new project to analyze this year’s mathematics publications and draw attention to freely accessible papers. The Mathematics Literature Project is looking for your help in categorizing published articles … Continue reading