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 Open Online Courses in Mathematics

OnlineCourses.com aggregates the best free and open courseware for students and professionals.


Mathematics Tools for School and Study

Large list of multimedia learning material, provided
by Peter Krahmer from the University of Würzburg, Germany.

 The Math Forum

Erich Neuwirth's Spreadsite

Here you find Excel spreadsheets on various mathematical and other
scientific topics by Erich Neuwirth (University of Vienna).
Along with an extensive collection of background material
and further links, the Spreadsite provides a good survey of
spreadsheet issues on the web.


Mathematics Archives

White Group Mathematics

offers various maths resources. It is maintained by Frederick Koh, Singapore.


The Virtual Mathematics Center

is part of the
Martindale's Graduate & Undergraduate Center: A
large list of multimedia resources on scientific issues is
provided by Jim Martindale, University of California, Irvine.


Frank Potters's Science Gems  Mathematics

is also a large list, sited at the University of California.

 The Geometry Center

at the University of Minnesota offers online learning material and
multimedia software.

 Math.com

Java Applets on Mathematics

by Walter Fendt (Germany). Beautiful series of interactive diagrams,
mainly on geometrical topics.


cabri géomètre

is an software package on dynamical geometry, developed at the University of Grenoble (France).
The homepage offers information about the product, including some
Java
online examples and
how they may be generated
using the most recent version Cabri II
(Caution: strong browser dependence).
A demo version may be
downloaded.


JavaSketchpad Center

informs about a software package by Nick Jackiw (Key Curriculum Press, USA),
which allows  to some extent  the presentation of dynamical geometry on the Web..
It is essentially the Java version of
Geometer's Sketchpad.
A Demo Gallery
shows examples. (It needs a browser capable of Java 1.1 The first call of an applet
may take several minutes, all further applets are loaded quite fast).
Anyone who likes to put dynamical geometry on the Web and is ready to learn some
construction grammar
just needs the JavaSketchpad Applet, which can be
downloaded
for free.


JavaSketchpad Examples

Wing Kuen Cheng, a mathematics teacher in Japan, offers about
30 interactive sketches out of several fields of mathematics. His
homepage
informs about further topics and Java applications.


GEONET

is a software package which realizes dynamical geometry on the Web to a large extent.
It has been developed at the University of Bayreuth (Germany). Some
prepared examples
are presented. (GEONET needs a browser capable of Java 1.1).
Anyone who likes to put dynamical geometry on the Web may even prepare his or her constructions
online or
download
the necessary software.
GEONET originates from the
Geometry Applet
developed by David E. Joyce in 1996 at Clark University (USA)
in order to illustrate
Euclid's Elements.
For small screens an
older version
might be more appropriate to begin with.


Cinderella

A software package from Germany on dynamical geometry for the Web. It needs a browser capable of
Java 1.1. Some examples are available online.
Further examples may be found at the
MathsNet website.
A demo version may be
downloaded.
Anyone who likes to put Cinderellagenerated dynamical geometry on the Web will have to buy the
necessary software.


The MathServe Project

at the Vanderbilt University, USA,
provides useful online tools on
calculus, such as
and on
ordinary differential equations,
as well as a further collection of pretty specialized applications.
All these tools are based on the computer algebra system
Mathematica.
A more detailed list may be found on our page
page online tools.


Maths by Internet (Mathematik mit Hilfe des Internets)

collects some Java based online tools developed at the University of Bayreuth (Germany):

 School of the Web

by M. Casco Associates, USA,
offers material about elementary topics of maths teaching and about
chaos theory and fractals.


Math Education and Technology

Offers from International Education Software, Japan.
Among others, the wellknown collection of applets
Manipula Math with JAVA.


Imagine the Imagined

Interesting Java Applets

on statistical issues. Institute of Statistics and Decision Sciences,
Duke University, USA.


Interactive Mathematical Links

by Susan Socha, McLean High School, Virginia, USA, contains a good collection of
links for modern mathematics education.


Ka's Geometry Page & Maths Gallery (Ka's Geometriepage)

Maths Workshop (MatheWerkstatt)

learn:line

is the education server of NordrheinWestfalen (Germany). Among other topics, it
provides material for math education.


Math Meeting (MatheTreff)

of the local gouvernment of Düsseldorf (Germany) provides material for
math education.


Math Pages of the (MathematikSeiten des) education highway

The education server of Upper Austria provides information and
material for teachers. (Homepage).


Maths Pages (MathematikSeiten am Vorarlberger Bildungsserver)

Mathematics on the web for secondary school (Mathematik für Gymnasien im WWW)

by Peter Andree, Kantonsschule Kreuzlingen, Swizerland.
The site contains monthly exercises (puzzle corner, in English and German language),
top products of freeware and other useful material.


Collection of maths und physics links (Linksammlung zu Mathe und Physik)

DBS

Mathematics in Motion (Bewegte Mathematik)

by Heiner Stauff (Germany) is a large download package
(VisualBasic5.0 programs) of multimedia learning tools on geometry, algebra,
analysis and vector geometry
(download).
The author is also engaged for the creation of the
Mathematics Museum Gießen, which is supposed to
open in the year 2000.


MathNet

by Martin Sleska and Matthias Hofer (Austria) is a growing collection
of freely available math software, including documentation and download.


The Chase for Numbers and Bodies
(Jagd auf Zahlen und Figuren)

is the website of an annual exhibition designed by
Richard Mischak and Gerd Baron (Technical University of Vienna).


Math Collections

by Ken Kikuchi, Japan, the creator of the
online calculator 'JavaCalc' refered to on the page
online tools.


MathsNet

by Bryan Dye, Hewett School, England,
offers broad information about maths education and software,
in particular about Logo, spreadsheets and graphic calculators.


Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles (CuttheKnot)

by Alexander Bogomolny, University of Iowa,
offers information on numerous mathematical topics, enriched by interactive
material and mathematical games.


Peter Alfeld's Home Page

University of Utah, USA.
Good informations on maths topics and some applets, in particular one about the
Mandelbrot set.
Unfortunately, the applet is not easy to handle.

 CAMEL

the Web Service of the Canadian Mathematical Community)
offers many links to mathematical topics, e.g. (under
Knot a Braid of Links)
about numbers.


The WWW Virtual Library  Mathematics

provides general information on mathematics on the web and a
mathematical software index.


The WWW Virtual Library  Statistics

provides general information on statistics on the web.

 Math on the World Wide Web
 Search Engines and Web Catalogues

often privide search by mathematical topics:


The Virtual Museum of Computing

by Jonathan Bowen, University of Reading, England,
is part of the
Virtual Library museum pages,
a large web museum project. You find links to many topics relevant for mathematics,
with some emphasis on interactive material and the history of computing.


Mathematics Resources

a list provoded by the Rice School (Rice University und
The Houston Independent School District), USA.


EARTHWEB

is a New York City enterprise specialized to the development of information technology.
Its history is closely linked
with that of the programming language
Java, and it maintains a series of important
websites which  among other stuff  provide interesting material for people
learning or teaching mathematics.
The resources offered by these sites is ordered with respect to programming language, and
there is also educational material in languages other than Java (e.g. JavaScript).


Sun Microsystems

the company which developed the programming language
Java
offers  among information about applets  examples which are interesting from a
mathematical point of view
(see the applet survey),
as well as a list of further sites providing
applet resources.

 Technobuff

the Californian initiative offers resources and tips around Java and Perl.
In particular see the category "Scientific" of the
Software Gallery.

 Education Object Economy

EOE is a project devoted to communication about Java applets, initiated by
Apple Computer.
You find some interesting maths learning tools.
(Choose "Applets" and type "mathematics" into the search engine at the bottom of
the first page in order to get the current status).

 Fourmilab

John Walker, the founder of Autodesk, offers his own software products,
together with a large collection of information on various scientific topics,
in particular on
Cellular Automata.

 Introduction to Scientific Programming

by Joseph L. Zachary, University of Utah, USA. The site
provides tutorials on different topics of numerical mathematics and some interactive material.

 Modelling and Simulation

the website by Günther Ossimitz, University of Klagenfurt, Austria,
offers material on teaching system dynamics
and a
Mega Link List which
is regularly updated.

 Virtual Library of ETH Zürich

offers information about mathematics on the web.

 EducETH

at the ETH Zürich is a platform for the exchange of teaching material.


Educational Interests

"many of the best educational sites on the Internet",
collected by Wayne Summers, New Mexico Highlands University.


Homework Helpers

for pupils, provided by the WebAndStuff Mailing List.


Design your future

Math, science and technology for girls.
Also see the math links.


Maths teaching and the internet (Mathematikunterricht und Internet)

Material provided by the Department for Didactics of Mathematics,
University of Klagenfurt, Austria. Besides the above link, also see


Links to maths sites (Links zu MathematikSites)

provided by the University of Klagenfurt, Austria.


Mathematical links on the web (Mathematische Links im WWW)

provided by the University of Ulm, Germany.


Web resources for maths education (
Mathematikresourcen für den Unterrichtsgebrauch im Internet)

an introduction by Hannes Kaufmann, University of Vienna.


World Wide Sources for Mathematics Teaching
(Weltweite Quellen zum Mathematikunterricht)

collected by the Center for Teaching Media on the Web
(Zentrale für Unterrichtsmedien im Internet), Germany.
A lot of information on mathematics software and online material.


Weblab

Multimedia maths in Italian language, provided by the
Istituto di Fisica Medica Sanitaria ed Ambientale (Environmental,
Health and Medical Physics Institute) of the Messina University Medical
School.


Mathematical Games, Toys, and Puzzles

Rich collection by Jeff Erickson, Duke
University, USA.
Unfortunately, the page has not been updated for a long time, so that
many links are already out of date.


Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics (MathWorld)

Extremeny rich glossary (including search engine) of mathematical notions and facts
by Eric W. Weisstein, University of Virginia, USA.
(An earlier version of this site ran under the name "Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics".
Also see Eric's Treasure Troves of Science).


www.ZahlReich.de

Communication about mathematical problems and homework (German language).


sykbird: Formulae in higher math (Formelsammlung höhere Mathematik)

from a student for students.


Maths & Fun

is an Austian project devoted to the use of the computer algebra system
Mathematica in school. It provides
information about a
Mathematica based learning environment, developed at the
BHAK und BHAS Grazbachgasse in Graz (Austria)
and being available on two CDROMs
("Maths & Fun" und "Maths Help 98").
Also see the page
Inter@ktiv,
on which you may move geometric bodies
(thanks to a mixture of Mathematica and Java) and the
LinkSite of Maths Help.


M@th Desktop

is an Austrian (bilingual) teaching software based on the the computer algebra system Mathematica.
Currently, it provides learning units on differential calculus
and a package of tools (plotting, algebra, linear algebra,
differentiation, integration, statistics).


DERIVE  Texts on the web (Texte auf dem Internet)

an initiative devoted to the use of the computer algebra system
DERIVE in Austrian schools.


ACDCA

the Austran Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra
provides material for math education based on the use of the
calculator TI92. Also see the
internet links.


AMMU

the Austrian association for a modern math education
(Arbeitsgruppe Moderner Mathematikunterricht)
raises, among others, the issue of the use of computers in school.

 The Connected Curriculum Project

by Frank Wattenberg, Montana State University,
offers online help for the calculator TI92, the computer algebra systems
Mathematica und Maple and the programming language Java. You also find
applets and further information on mathematical issues.
(A description of TI92 may also be found here).

 New Mathwright Library

free online library, California. Books may be download.
(Requires a "reader", the Mathwright Library Player, which is offered for free as well).

 Crack the Code

Brain booster Activities by QRReaders.net.

