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Tag Archives: MOOCs
Why Should We Fund Math Research?
As my coblogger Brie Finegold mentioned last month, Cathy O’Neil of mathbabe.org has been writing about how MOOCs might change the face of math departments and, ultimately, how math research gets funded. O’Neil is concerned that without calculus classes to … Continue reading
Job Security Calculus: Reasoning about our futures
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 problemsolving. But we worry … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus, Future of Mathematics Research, Jobs for Matheamticians, MOOCs, Research Funding
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