Purpose: With major funding from NSF, and co-developing with Florida A&M, Old Dominion University, Arizona State University, Mississippi Valley State University, and Milwaukee School of Engineering, we continue developing (timeline) web-based resources for an undergraduate engineering/physical science course in Numerical Methods. The unique approach is the holistic and customized nature of the website (Read more).
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Audience: We are trying to reach an audience of engineering and physical science undergraduates (more…)
Awards: The resources brought in this website have been made possible by several agencies and sponsors. These include National Science Foundation, Colleges of Engineering at University of South Florida, Florida A&M University and Milwaukee School of Engineering, Maple, MathCAD and MATHEMATICA. (more…)
Mission: Our mission is to reach undergraduates who learn Numerical Methods as a course or use numerical methods in other courses (more…)
People: The way a number of people have worked synergistically on this project is the reason for its success (more…)
Tracks: We believe in having open resources where one can customize their online experience (more...)
Dissemination: Dissemination comes in all forms, YouTube, national digital libraries, books, course websites, journal publications, conference presentations, etc. (more...)
Publications: Read the abstracts and/or full papers that have been published (more...)
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