Traditionally, mathematics is communicated by a person standing at a chalkboard and talking. This time-honored method still has many adherents, but the development of computer technology has made new techniques available for communicating mathematics.
This course covers all modalities of communication: oral, written, visual, electronic; but the primary emphasis is on the application of computer technology to facilitate the communication of mathematics.
Some of the skills you will develop in this course are the following:
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Created August 12, 1996. Last modified: Mon Aug 1 17:24:20 EDT 2022