22 12 / 2012
You can always email Calvin or myself at our mathplosion email addresses! We would love to hear from you.
- Calvin Williamson <email@example.com>
- Jenn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
20 12 / 2012
Calvin and I will be at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in 2013! It is a few months away but we’re very excited to speak at this ICTCM conference in Boston. You can find more information about our talk HERE.
—> Our session is on Friday, March 22nd from 3 - 3:30 pm.
Title of Talk: Course Content with a Bang using Mathplosion
20 11 / 2012
18 11 / 2012
Welcome to all the new users of Mathplosion from the AMATYC conference! Hope you enjoy using the site and stay in touch.
06 10 / 2012
Calvin and I will be at the 38th AMATYC Annual Conference next month! I am so excited to visit Jacksonville and talk about Mathplosion to another group of people. More info about the conference is HERE.
—> Hope to see you there on Thursday, November 8th from 10 - 11 am.
Title of Talk: Rapid Content Creation for Algebra and Statistics
03 8 / 2012
03 8 / 2012
Instead of just one new look, there are now many different options that you can use! You can choose the theme you would like to use from a list.
You can select your Theme by clicking on the word Theme in the top right hand corner. Below you will see the default theme. (The image is at 75% instead of full size.)
The new themes that mathplosion uses are from bootswatch. All of the themes except for the one currently called Mathplosion, which was made by Sophie.
I will post a video showing all the themes that are currently available as of Aug. 2012.
04 6 / 2012
I will be at the Teaching Mathematics to a Digital Generation (T3 Regional Conference) at York College.
Hope to see you there on Friday, June 8th from 3 - 3:50 PM in Room 4D02
Title of Talk: Utilizing Online Technology to Rapidly Generate Mathematics Content
30 4 / 2012
Two conferences coming up in June!
* Calvin and myself will be at 21st Annual Conference on Instruction & Technology aka CIT 2012 at Stony Brook University. Come see us Friday, June 1st during Session 9 in SAC 302 from 12:30 – 1:00 pm!
25 4 / 2012
We’re so happy to have more volunteers helping out with Mathplosion. The latest addition is Sophie - she hopes to use her varied expertise to help design both an aesthetically pleasing & user-friendly interface as well as assist in other areas of programming.
A little bit about Sophie:
Sophie Idromenos has a Bachelors in Art & a Masters in Computer Science, both with a specialization in computer graphics. Originally an art teacher, she became the lead technology teacher for dyslexic & autistic students, grades 1st -12th at a private school, all the while building a “state-of-the-art” technology curriculum rivaling that of public schools. Prior to this, she worked as a teaching/research assistant, and instructional technologist in a university. However, her knowledge extends beyond academia to the IT field, where she worked as a graphic/web designer/developer with an emphasis on user-interface design (UI) & user-experience (UX).