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2010.71: IT in university level mathematics teaching and learning: a mathematician's point of view

2010.71: Alexandre Borovik (2010) IT in university level mathematics teaching and learning: a mathematician's point of view.

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Abstract

University mathematicians are often selective in their approaches to the use of IT in teaching. Although mathematicians systematically use specialist software in direct teaching of mathematics, as means of delivery e-learning technologies have so far been less widely used. This article is an attempt to explain the rationale for this selectivity, and proposes a ‘wish list’ of future developments for e-learning technologies.

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An extended version of the paper published in ALT News Online, http://newsletter.alt.ac.uk/4edkkzb138s

Uncontrolled Keywords:information technology, elearning, mathematics
Subjects:MSC 2000 > 97 Mathematics education
MIMS number:2010.71
Deposited By:Prof Alexandre Borovik
Deposited On:13 August 2010

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