Digital Games and Learning
Several years ago, I attended a conference in Shanghai that brought together
leading American and Chinese thinkers about games and learning. The event’s
organizers asked us to share what we saw as best practices from our respective
countries. The Chinese game designers proudly displayed games that included
The calculus course is a critical course for science, technology, engineering, and math
majors. This course sets the stage for many majors and is where students see the beauty of
mathematics, encouraging them to take upper-level math courses.
In a calculus market-research study conducted in 2008, calculus faculty...
Practical Scientific Computing (Woodhead Publishing in Mathematics)
Scientific computing is about developing mathematical models, numerical
methods and computer implementations to study and solve real problems in science,
engineering, business and even social sciences. Mathematical modeling requires
deep understanding of classical numerical methods. There are a number of
commercial and open...
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