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Lecture Presentations

1.
Darryl Abney & Lillie Crowley - Maysville & Lexington, Kentucky, USA - NSF Supports Portable CAS
2.
Klaus Aspetsberger - Linz, Austria - Probability Distributions in Mathematics Courses with the TI-92
3.
Paul Beem - Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA - The Pantograph Linkage on the TI-92
4.
Paul Beem - Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA - Steiner's Porism - An Activity Using the TI-92
5.
Paul Beem - Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA - Spiral Symmetry on the TI-92
6.
Michael Beaudin - Montreal (Quebec), Canada - DERIVE in Ordinary Differential Equations
7.
Josef Böhm - Würmla, Austria - Dimensional Analysis with DERIVE
8.
Roger Brown - Hawthorne, Victoria, Austrialia - Computer Algebra Systems in the Junior High School
9.
Justo Cabezas & Eugenio Roanes-Lozano - Madrid, Spain - Do Computer Algebra Systems Change the Order in Which We Should Teach Mathematics
10.
Bernard Cunningham - LakeVille High School, Michigan, USA - The Development of a New Course Entitled Computer Science I
11.
Bernard Cunningham - LakeVille High School, Michigan, USA - The TI-92 and Statistics
12.
George Dorner - Harper College, Illinois, USA - Is Less More? The Calculator as CAS in College Mathematics
13.
Terrence Echells - John Moore University, Liverpool, England - The 21st Century Mathematician
14.
George Feeman - UAE University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates - Use of DERIVE in the United Arab Emirates
15.
James P. Fink - Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, USA - Computer Algebra Systems in Numerical Analysis & Differential Equations Courses
16.
Scott A. Gaulke - University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA - Integrating DERIVE into Calculus Instruction
17.
Cindy Gonzales - Georgia Southern University, USA - A Georgia Initiative: Calculus, TI-92, Distance Learning, and Support Via the Internet
18.
Nancy Hegelgans - Ursinus College, Pennsylvania, USA - Learning Discrete Mathematics with DERIVE
19.
Laurie Hopkins & Amelia Kinard - Columbia College, South Carolina, USA - Using the TI-92 in a New Approach to Developmental Algebra
20.
Boz Kempski - Cambridge, England - The Use of DERIVE in Assessed Student Work
21.
Thomas Klus - Parsons, West Virginia, USA - West Virginia + DERIVE Mountain State Progress
22.
Heiko Knechtel - Bückeburg, Germany - Einsatz des TI-92 Mathematikunterricht
23.
Alex J. Lobregt - Utrecht, Netherlands - Introducing Fourier Series with DERIVE
24.
Matija Lokar - Ljubljana, Slovenia - DERIVE in Slovenia Schools
25.
I. Malabar, D.C. Poutney (John Moore University, Liverpool, England) & M.S. Townend (University of Plymouth, England) - Combining Visual and Symbolic Skills in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
26.
Giora Mann & Nurit Zehavi - Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel - Widening the Scope of Extrema Problems
27.
Robert Mayes - University of Northern Colorado, USA - ACT in Algebra: Conceptual Understanding
28.
Peter Mitic - Southampton, England - A Computer Proof of the Central Limit Theorem
29.
Mark Michael - Kings College, Pennsylvania, USA - The Traveling Salesperson's Toolkit
30.
Robert Nocker - Mittersill, Austria - Preliminary Report on the Austrian TI-92 Project
31.
Tatiana Olenik - Karkov, Ukraine - On some Aspects of Maths Teacher Training
32.
Esther Openhaim & Nurit Zehavi - Weizmann Institute, Israel - Using CAS and the Internet to Communicate Mathematics Effectively
33.
Dennis Pence - Western Michigan University, USA - Linear Algebra Activities on the TI-92 Plus
34.
Wolfgang Pr=F6pper - Nürnberg, Germany - Introducing Integration with the TI-92
35.
Valerii Ryzhik - St. Petersburg, Russia - Computerized Mathematics
36.
David Sack - Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield, Illinois, USA - What Do We Want Them to Know?
37.
Karsten Schmidt - Hannover, Germany - The Use of a Computer Algebra System in Modern Matrix Algebra
38.
Steven Schoenfeld - Tri State University, Indiana, USA - Curve Fitting with DERIVE
39.
Johann Wiesenbauer - Vienna, Austria - Exploring Primes with DERIVE
40.
Gerald White - Western Illinois University, USA - A Focus on the Mathematics of a Flashlight with a Focus

The above list of presenters is not complete and may change. A few quality proposals may still be considered and accepted by the conference referees.


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