An Example of Computer-Based Study Material in Mathematics: Planning Principles and RealizationSimo K. Kivelä
Institute of Mathematics
Helsinki University of Technology
The development of software and network technology has created enormous possibilities for teaching and learning. At least it is widely believed that there is great potential. In practice, it is not so clear how these possibilities should be used. In this paper, an experiment in the field of mathematics at the university level is reported with respect to philosophy, planning principles, realizations, and future. The core of the experiment is a study package based on hypertext, web browsers, and computer algebra systems.
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