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In an earlier post, I noted that the 2017 version of Active Calculus – Single Variable was available for purchase via CreateSpace. There were some minor technical issues with getting the text available on Amazon, but those have now been reconciled, and you can find it directly at this link. It’s even available for Amazon […]
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.
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 […]
This summer, in addition to working with Steve and David on AC3, I went through the original single-variable version and implemented changes to correct typos, clarify questions, and more in response to over 100 suggestions I received from users. To all of you who sent those to me: thank you. I’m pleased to say that […]
College students everywhere are heading to their campus bookstores’ websites to see what their textbooks are going to set them back. Here are three anecdotes that have gotten me rankled just within the last week or so. – One of my son’s closest friends is studying nursing at a private university in the upper midwest that […]
In my mail today, I got a printed copy of the proof for the book. It was incredibly fun to see the text go from its purely electronic format and the planned cover image and see it actually become the print copy, lying on my dining room table in 3D: More details to follow as […]