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The course material available through this website has been developed and successfully incorporated into the standard curriculum at Princeton University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. The material is grouped by course and organized by lecture title on a given topic, with a list provided of the instructional elements, or objects, which support that lecture. These objects may include: slides, writing assignments, calculation assignments, readings, and/or interactive activities to name a few. Instructors can see a preview file of the lecture slides and download a lecture as a zip file with all objects.
Each course is continually being assessed as more is learned about the types of instructional methods utilized and how the variations in a student’s background impacts their experience completing the course. Visitors to the website may browse the course topics and materials, but will be asked to register with their email in order to download material. This will allow us to contact you to follow-up on how the materials being accessed are being used.
Registered users of this online archive are authorized to use these resources for educational purposes, private study, or research. We ask that the material be credited as follows:
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. NSF 14-32426, 14-31717, and 14-31609.