A Collection of Web Sites with Mathematical Content

**MAA's Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL)**

·
**JOMA**: The Journal
of Online Mathematics and its Applications, the journal of MathDL

·
**Digital
Classroom Resources**

**Duke Material**

·
**The
Duke Connected Curriculum Project (CCP)**: Interactive materials for courses
from precalculus to linear algebra, differential equations, and engineering
mathematics. Most modules have discussion and instructions in web pages with
downloadable computer algebra system worksheets for student exploration and
reports. The following modules have filled-in *Maple* worksheets available
temporarily. Click on the workshop icon to download these. (This will enable
you to see the intent of the module without having to work through the *Maple*.)

Radioactive Decay (in Differential Calculus)

Equiangular Spirals (in Multivariable Calculus)

Logistic Growth Model (in Differential Equations)

Introduction to the One-Dimensional Heat Equation (in Engineering Mathematics -- there is no *Maple* file for this
module)

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**The Post CALC Project**: These materials are designed for high school students who have finished a yearlong course in
calculus, but still have time left in their high school career. The format is
similar to the CCP materials, but these modules are considerably longer.

3. **MERLOT**:
This extensive project, part of the emerging National Science Digital Library
(NSDL), contains materials that range across many disciplines besides mathematics.

4. **iLumina**:
Another collection in the NSDL. This site has extensive metadata available on
their entries. The material available covers biology, chemistry, computer
science, mathematics, and physics. Use Internet Explorer to search this site.

5. **NCTM
E-Examples site**: These materials are designed to illuminate the NCTM
*Principles and Standards*.

6. **Virtual
Laboratories in Probability and Statistics**: This site was created by
Kyle Siegrist at the University of Alabama at Huntsville. For a quick look,
scroll down to the bottom of the homepage and click on *Applets*. Check
out the Interactive Histogram applet and the Dice Experiment Applet.

7. **Demos
with Positive Impact**: This site was created by Dave Hill at Temple and Lila Roberts at Georgia Southern. It is a collection of demos that use various technologies and can be used for a variety of courses.

8. **Interactive Mathematics: **This site is at Utah State.In the 9-12 Geometry section, check out
The Pythagorean Theorem and the Platonic solids

9. **Math
Forum: **One of the oldest web sites featuring mathematics, this site focuses
on materials and services for K-12.

10. **Eisenhower
National Clearinghouse (ENC): **A large site** **covering many disciplines
with emphasis on K-12.

11. **MathWorld:**
An encyclopedic math site created by Eric Weisstein at Wolfram.

12. **The MacTutor
History of Mathematics archive:** A rich site. Click on the Famous Curves
Index and check out a couple of the curves.

13. **Joe
Yanik's applets:** Joe is at Emporia State University.

14. **Tom Leathrum's
applets: **Tom is at Jacksonville State University.

15. **Garrett Heath's
applets:** Garrett is at the United States Military Academy.

16. **Maria Gaetana Agnesi:** This site is dedicated to the life and work of Maria Agnesi. It includes a detailed look at the "Witch of Agnesi."

Revised 7/9/02