The bound, print copy of Active Calculus 2017 is available from CreateSpace for $19.50. As soon as the Amazon site page for the book is built, I will post the URL for it, too. Advertisements
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 […]
I’m excited to announce several changes to single variable Active Calculus along with some corresponding updates that will occur over the next month or so. + There is now a new HTML version of the text. Thanks to Rob Beezer’s Mathbook XML (now called PreTeXt), this output format is optimized for viewing on a range […]
One of the superb librarians at GVSU who manages the site that hosts AC sent me access to a dashboard that reveals a lot of interesting user data. For example, after GVSU, the 10 locations/institutions that have downloaded AC most are: Westmont College Foothill-DeAnza Community College District University of Redlands Keene State College St Ignatius […]
David Hunter of Westmont College and Branden Stone of Adelphi University have been working on WeBWorK versions of all of the Preview Activities. David recently emailed me to share that these are now all available in the national problem library: Also, the Preview Activities have now been added to the WeBWorK Open Problem Library. The easiest […]
It’s August (and Mathfest!), so time for an annual update to AC. I have fixed every known error in the 2015 version and have implemented nearly all of the requests/suggestions that users sent me over the past year. The new version of the PDF is now available in the usual location at http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/books/10 (you may need […]
Interesting read here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinknudson/2016/04/30/the-future-of-mathematics-publishing-an-interview-with-sir-timothy-gowers/#5d41b5a52467 I’m mainly posting this so I have a record of it, but there’s lots of similarity between what Gowers says about his journal and what we say about free textbooks.