- Find what's being offered at LSU on the course offerings page.
- LSU Final exam schedule.
- LSU's event's calendar.
- LSU's Fall 2007 schedule
- For booking a class room for extra example classes, or seminars, call the classroom assignment officer, Ruby Brown, 2096, rbrown9.
- Make up exam person for Spring 2006: Vivian He, 315 Lockett, 3:00-4:30pm MWF, at 111 Lockett.
- student time sheets

- University of St. Andrews Mathematics history archive.
- Eric's Mathworld web pages.
- Wikipedia mathematics pages.
- Graph paper, hexagon grids etc
- more graph paper, polar coords, etc

Some people who I've talked to and learned about teaching from are:

Some books and on line resources that I've looked at recently that have some good ideas, especially relevant for teaching calculus:

- Twenty Years Before the Blackboard: The Lessons and Humor of a Mathematics Teacher by Michael Stueben with Diane Sandford
- Calculus by and for Young People (Ages 7, Yes 7 and Up) by Donald Cohen
- Eric Mazur's web page and book on "peer Instruction".
- The good question Project at Cornell.
- Does Calculus Reform Work? by Joel Silverberg; from Assessment Practices in Undergraduate Mathematics, MAA Notes #4. (This book contains a number of other interesting articles about calculus reform.)
- Student Understanding of Topics in Calculus , by Mel S. Sabella and E. F. Redish.
- Science experiments for calculus handout by Irina Lyublinskaya.
- Analysis by its history, by E. Hairer and G. Wanner.
- Learn from the masters, MAA publication, editors Swetz, Fauvel, Bekken, Johansson, Katz.

Pithy quotes encapsulating teaching philosophies:

- "You can not teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself", Galileo Galilei 1564-1642.

Other useful references

- How to teach, by James Atherton.

Last updated October 4 2004 by Helena Verrill, Department of Mathematics, Louisiana State University