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:

As a side effect, you can expect to develop your general computer literacy (managing files, using electronic mail, reading news, using application programs).

This course is presented online in hyperlinked format so that you can navigate through the course in nonlinear fashion.

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