Monthly Archives: April 2016

Last day at AIM: meet some of my new friends

One of the very best parts of the workshop this week has been the time I’ve gotten to spend with the people here, some of whom I had followed online or traded email with, but never met in person.  Others I had talked with briefly at conferences, and of course there are a couple of […]

More from AIM: developments in free & open math texts

So much to share, so just going to go with a bulleted list for now.  Hope to flesh out more over the coming months. The American Institute of Mathematics is a cool place and they have an excellent organizational scheme.  About 30 of us with shared interests are fully funded to be here for the […]

AIM Workshop on Open Textbooks

Very excited to be at the American Institute of Mathematics in San Jose, CA, to spend a week at the workshop on free & open textbooks, MathBook XML, and all sorts of emerging options.  Three things are totally clear from the outset: It’s an amazing group of 25-30 people here.  So many cool projects, smart […]