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TCI-Web -- Method of Publishing Mathematics on the Internet by Mirek Majewski, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, PNG University of Technology, PMB UNITECH, Lae, Papua New Guinea
This article explains how to use Scientific Notebook to display mathematical concepts on web pages. The problem is vital for many educators who want to publish on the World Wide Web their tutorials, textbooks and assignments in mathematics, physics or any other discipline using extensively mathematical notation. (20K)
Building An Information Superhighway Between Student and Teacher by Jonathan Lewin, Professor of Mathematics, Kennesaw State University, Marietta, Georgia
In today's academic environment, many students are denied the sort of quality student-teacher interaction that was taken for granted when their courses were designed. As a result of this lack of communication, academic standards have suffered, particularly in disciplines such as mathematics. This article suggests a way of improving communications between student and teacher using Scientific WorkPlace. (36K)
Making Mathematics Accessible by Fred Szabo, Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and Director of Co-operative Education in Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science, Concordia University
Scientific WorkPlace is the first and only real (perhaps even better than "real") electronic environment for teaching, learning and writing mathematics that allows us to use standard every-day mathematical notation and does not require computer syntax. (14K)
Scientific WorkPlace by Roger Hunter, TCI Software Research
Scientific WorkPlace is a tool for the creation and use of scientific documents. Optimized for handling mathematical content, SWP focuses on interface and interaction. By emphasizing content and logical structure, SWP increases productivity and improves communication. It is designed as the product of choice for anyone who deals with scientific documents--students, teachers, researchers, and professionals. (22K)
Una curiosa proprieta delle parabole cubiche by Enrico Pontorno, Liceo Ginnasio Statale "C. MARCHESI", Oderzo (TV), Italy
By using a sophisticated word processor for doing mathematics, you can study an odd property of polynomial curves of third degree. This is helpful in computer laboratories used in teaching mathematics. (This article was published originally in the 4/97 issue of the journal La Matematica e la Sua Didattica and is reprinted here by permission of the author and of Pitagora Editrice.) (12K)
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