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Internet Resources for the Mathematics Students

Internet Resources for the Mathematics Students

Back in the late 1990s, the Scout Report first reported on this site, which was a collection of useful mathematics resources intended to serve both students interested in college-level mathematics and their teachers. Since that time, the site has grown substantially, and they have redesigned their site with an emphasis of graphical economy and simplicity of use. The resources were compiled by Langara College in British Columbia, and they remain responsible for the maintenance of the site. The database contains over 800 different educational tools, and visitors can browse through them by topical headings, which include statistics, calculus, and the history of mathematics. From each of these topics, visitors can continue to narrow their search. If they so desire, visitors can also revert to the previous incarnation of the site, which may be easier to use for some.


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