Information about the
Mathematics Archives

This page contains the following information about the Mathematics Archives:

Goals

The goal of the Mathematics Archives is to provide organized Internet access to a wide variety of mathematical resources.

The primary emphasis is on materials which are used in the teaching of mathematics. Currently the Archives is particularly strong in its collection of educational software. Other areas, ranging from laboratory notebooks and problem sets to lecture notes and reports on innovative methods, are growing.

A second strength of the Archives is its extensive collection of links to other sites that are of interest to mathematicians. Resources available through these links include electronic journals, preprint services, grant information, and publishers of mathematical software, texts, and journals.

These educational resources and the organized collection of links combine to make the Mathematics Archives a comprehensive site for mathematics on the Internet.

 
Awards and Listings

From Exploratorium:

Visual Calculus - A great place to learn calculus. You will find tutorials complete with animations and movies that visually define terms, solve problems, and demonstrate how to use a graphical calculator.
Cool Site: February 2000

From Schoolzone:

Congratulations on your site Mathematics Archives - Other Software Sites (at http://archives.math.utk.edu/cgi-bin/all_software.html), which has been awarded a Five Star rating by Schoolzone's panel of 250 expert teachers. It is included in our searchable database of educational web sites. This is what we say about it: "This is an A - Z site of software and resources for high school and secondary school + users. There are lots of mathematical games, problems, resources, programmes, as well as some science ones too." Keywords, for search purposes: "software, shareware, maths, Abacus, Algebra, science, resources."

From LibrarySpot:

Dear Webmaster,

Your site is currently featured on LibrarySpot (http://www.libraryspot.com), the information sweetspot of the best library and reference resources on the Web. We've included your site in this month's feature on "Homework Help."

When you have the time, we hope you'll explore this high-utility collection of top library-related sites. LibrarySpot simplifies the search for the best dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, maps, genealogy tools and much more.

Again, congrats on a great site!

From Argus Clearinghouse:

Congratulations!

Your guide has been accepted for inclusion in the Argus Clearinghouse (http://www.clearinghouse.net).

From Links2Go:

Congratulations! Your page: http://archives.math.utk.edu/topics/fractals.html has been selected to receive a Links2Go Key Resource award in the Fractals topic! The Links2Go Key Resource award is both exclusive and objective. Fewer than one page in one thousand will ever be selected for inclusion. Further, unlike most awards that rely on the subjective opinion of "experts," many of whom have only looked at tens or hundreds of thousands of pages in bestowing their awards, the Links2Go Key Resource award is completely objective and is based on an analysis of millions of web pages. During the course of our analysis, we identify which links are most representative of each of the thousands of topics in Links2Go, based on how actual page authors, like yourself, index and organize links on their pages.

From StudyWeb:

"Your site: http://archives.math.utk.edu/software/msdos/modern.algebra/.html has been selected as a featured site in StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources on the Web by our researchers. It can be found in our Algebra section.

StudyWeb is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for students and teachers. Since 1996, our expert reviewers have scoured the Internet to select only the finest sites to be included in StudyWeb's listing of educational links. Each site in StudyWeb includes a detailed review describing its editorial and visual merits."

From WebScout:

"I'm writing to you because your Web site was previously reviewed in Your WebScout's popular e-mail newsletter (circulation 12,000+), listed in our cool sites index and given permission to display our award button."

From their homepage: "Our extensive index of reviews is extremely selective, it includes ONLY the Net's very best Web sites, archives and discussion groups."

From the Editors of Luckman Interactive:

Congratulations! It's not every day that stars fall out of the sky. In fact, that kind of thing is bound to hurt someone. Nonetheless, we're dropping a few stars on your site for its excellence. Of the more than 250,000 Web sites that we've looked at, our editors believe that your site* should be publicly recognized as a Four-Star winner.

Again, congratulations.

From NetGuide:

Congratulations! NetGuide has selected your site as a Platinum Site - one of the best on the Web. The Platinum Award recognizes Web sites that meet our stringent criteria for overall excellence. To learn more about NetGuide, visit us at www.netguide.com

NetGuide has screened over 100,000 URLs and reviewed more than 50,000 sites and our Platinum Award goes to only 5,000 of the Web's best sites.

-NOTE: The MSDOS software collection received the platinum award and the Mathematics Archives overall received the gold award.

From LookSmart International:

LookSmart, the next generation of web directories committed to quality and superior user web experience, is delighted to award you The Editor's Choice Award. This award conveys the highest standard for providing a useful and high quality website.

You may be unaware that LookSmart, unlike other directories that simply index the web and include anybody that asks, has editorial standards for inclusion in the LookSmart Directory. We have viewed literally over a million websites to select the 110,000+ chosen to meet our standards. I invite you to explore our unique site at .

Congratulations on your achievement. You are welcome to display the Editor's Choice symbol of excellence. As a subsidiary of The Reader's Digest, editorial standards have been a hallmark of our company for over 75 years. Display the symbol with pride.

From TKM's Education Web:

We have chosen the Mathematics Archives as a "Five Checkmark Site of the Day" at TKM's Education Web Search "http://www.tkm.mb.ca/education/"

Your site was chosen on October 23, 1996.

Congratulations again

From Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library:

Visual Calculus

Congratulations! The above-referenced Web site has been included in the Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library (http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/bluewebn/). Each site included in this database has been selected and reviewed by an Education First Fellow. Your inclusion in the database is an honor reserved for the best instructional lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, and tools on the Web.

Math Archives chosen May 1996 Hot Spot by the Math Forum.

From The McKinley Group:
Congratulations!  Your Internet site

        Mathematics Archives
        http://archives.math.utk.edu/

has been selected by The McKinley Group's professional editorial team as a
"4-Star" site.  This is the highest rating an Internet site can achieve in
Magellan, McKinley's comprehensive Internet directory of over 1.5 million
sites and 40,000 reviews. As a Magellan 4-Star site, you are being awarded
a special logo to recognize the hard work that has gone into establishing
and maintaining your site.
...
Here at The McKinley Group, we pride ourselves on our ability to recognize
the best resources on the Net.  Your site has excelled in our rigorous
review process, in which we consider three primary factors: depth of
content, ease of exploration, and Net appeal.

From Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library:

Mathematics Archives

Congratulations! The above-referenced Web site has been included in the Blue Web'n Learning Applications Library. Each site included in this database has been selected and reviewed by an Education First Fellow. Your inclusion in the database is an honor reserved for the best instructional lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, and tools on the Web.

Award From Eisenhower National Clearinghouse - The Digital Dozen

ENC searches the Net for new and fascinating resources for math and science--check here monthly for great links. The Mathematics Archives was placed on the first list in August 1995.

Mathematics Archives Weekly / Monthly Reports

Weekly / monthly reports containing the statistics of the activities of the Mathematics Archives are also available for your perusal.

Submitting Materials to the Mathematics Archives

You are invited to submit materials to be stored on the Mathematics Archives; this may include software, reviews of software or teaching materials utilizing technology. Also, if you know of such items which should be stored or referenced in the Mathematics Archives, please contact us. Click here for more information about using anonymous ftp to submit materials.

Support of the Mathematics Archives

UTKNSFCalvin College

The Mathematics Archives is supported by the National Science Foundation (ILI Leadership Grants No. DUE-9351398 and DUE-9550943), the State of Tennessee Science Alliance and the Departments of Mathematics at Calvin College and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Other Grants

The Mathematics Archives expresses its gratitude to Adobe Systems Incorporated for its grant of software.

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