I’m pleased to announce that the HTML version of Active Calculus will now be found at https://activecalculus.org/single/. At https://activecalculus.org/ you’ll find a landing page that includes an overview of features of the text, links to the various versions of the text, and notes about some ancillaries that are available upon request. The PDF version remains at […]
(I’m overdue to post something meaningful in this space, but today’s email made this post irresistible). Following is clipped from my email, and here’s a direct link to the text: https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/calculus. The tag line is “Priced at nearly $100 less than the competition, …” and when you click through to their web page, you see […]
Here are several updates to follow my most recent post. + The 2017 PDF version has been finalized and posted online; the HTML has been slightly updated as a result of work to get the PDF looking suitable. If you have previously been accessing the HTML via my site, be sure to refresh your browser […]
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 […]
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 […]
An overdue addition for Active Calculus (single) and the addition to AC Multivariable that prompted it: errata pages for both. You can find a list of currently identified errors in each text at these links: single variable, multivariable. Of course, if you find errors that need to be added to either page, please contact me.
In a recent post, I highlighted several different resources available to go along with Active Calculus. I realized yesterday that I omitted a key one, one for which there have been recent additions. The Math 201 playlist on the GVSU Math YouTube Channel has now been around for awhile, with 92 videos and almost 65,000 views. […]