## Add Graphs In The World to Courses

Now you can add Graphs in the World to your courses in the LMS! Create a new “page” in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Jan 15, 2019 | Active Learning in Math, College Algebra, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Find and Use Data, Math for Liberal Arts, Quantitative Reasoning | 0 |

Now you can add Graphs in the World to your courses in the LMS! Create a new “page” in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 12, 2013 | Data Visualization, Digital Literacy, Edge of Learning, Future of Math, Probability and Statistics, Secret Technology Club, Social Media | 0 |

This is a delightful exercise that everyone seems to love. WolframAlpha will provide you with an...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 29, 2012 | Classroom Technology, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Faculty Development Opportunities, Teaching | 0 |

During the 2nd week of May, a group of faculty and instructional designers gathered for the first...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 3, 2012 | CAS, Digital Literacy, Equation Editors, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

Last week I had to do a workshop about WolframAlpha, and I noticed that there are three different...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 20, 2011 | Digital Life, Digital Literacy, Futuring, Reading, Web Presence | 0 |

After reading this list of “10 Things our Kids will Never Worry About Thanks to the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 23, 2009 | CAS, Digital Age Projects, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Online Homework, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

For at least a decade, we have had the ability to let CAS software perform computational mathematics, yet computational skills are still a large portion of the mathematics curriculum. Enter Wolfram|Alpha. Unlike traditional CAS...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 20, 2009 | CAS, Classroom Technology, Digital Age Projects, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Future of Math, Math for Elem Teachers, Online Homework, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

Originally, I started this post with the title “What I’m doing with Wolfram|Alpha” and then I revised it, because it’s not just me using Wolfram|Alpha. My students are using it too. Here are some of the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 7, 2009 | Classroom Life, Digital Literacy | 0 |

After several months alone to think about why education has become so transactional, I decided that I’d have to “walk the walk” and not just “talk the talk” and so I set about revamping my own...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Sep 23, 2009 | Digital Literacy | 0 |

I’m about to teach a few new courses here at Muskegon Community College. It’s taught out of the Continuing Ed Department and they are part of a program we’re calling “Digital Age Bootcamp.” Even if...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Sep 9, 2009 | Digital Literacy, Future of Higher Ed, Future Proof Your Education | 0 |

This is a follow-up to my recent research about Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age. ...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Aug 26, 2009 | Classroom Technology, Digital Age Projects, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Future of Higher Ed, Future Proof Your Education, Organizing Your Digital Self | 0 |

Two years ago at the beginning of the fall semester, I was given the chance to speak to the faculty on my campus about technologies for teaching and getting organized, which is how the mindmaps Web 2.0 for You and Organize Your...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 15, 2009 | CAS, Classroom Technology, Communicating Math, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Future of Learning, Future of Math, Online Homework, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

What if you could go to a free and readily available website and enter an equation, an expression, a question about math, a request to analyze data, or anything else, and the site would answer your question, elaborate on it,...

Read MoreMuch of the work that I do to create content like math games, creative math activities, and modern application problems is unsupported. I teach as an adjunct and do not receive a full-time salary from any of my endeavors. Graphs In The World (GITW) is also a project unsupported by any kind of grant or salary. If you regularly use these materials, and it saves you time, consider donating a small amount per month to keep these resources coming.