Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfirst Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsNew Orleans, Louisiana, March 1215, 2009Paper C009
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Need for the Design of a Math Technology Course at a Liberal Arts College 
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Mathematics departments in small liberal colleges cannot match the resources offered at large universities. An innovative idea to make their program more attractive is to create a mathematics technology course that focuses on major concepts from key undergraduate mathematics courses such as calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and statistics.
Keyword(s): calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, statistics