Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfifth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsBoston, Massachusetts, March 2124, 2013Paper C041
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Infusing Technology into a Variety of Math Courses 
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This paper describes some of the approaches to infusing technology into a variety of math courses at our institution. The TI73 and TI84 calculators are utilized in our Math for Liberal Arts course in the study of the Math of Finance. In our Finite Math course, in addition to the topic Math of Finance, students are introduced to the use of the Internet to find and utilize free programs and applications to solve various problems involving matrices and linear programming. MyMathLab is employed in College Algebra to facilitate differentiated instruction. In our Math Education courses, the TI73 calculator, MyMathLab, Web Assign, and Blackboard are used extensively to provide future teachers with tools for their own class management. Illustrative examples are included.
Keyword(s): TI83, finite mathematics, teacher training, MyMathLab, Blackboard, WebAssign