Joint Mathematics Meetings Math on the Web Pavilion 2007



History

The Math on the Web Pavilion began in 2003 as a cooperative effort of Design Science, MacKichan Software, Maplesoft (then Waterloo Maple), and Wolfram Research, and has continued every year at JMM since 2003. Participants have varied over the years, with a slate of commercial and non-commercial representatives presenting 20-minute sessions throughout the day in the exhibit hall. Photos of the Math on the Web Pavilion at JMM 2006:


Math on the Web Pavilion 2006 (Click for larger view.)

JMM 2007

This year, the Pavilion will be held in the exhibit hall in Booths 600-602. Much has changed over the years under the category of "math on the web". Stay up-to-date on the latest by joining us for the sessions listed below. For more information about any of the sessions, or about the Math on the Web Pavilion in general, please contact Bob Mathews.

Date/Time Speaker(s) Topic
Friday, Jan 5    
    2:15 PM Patrick Ion MathML 3: Where are we going from here?
    2:45 PM Barry MacKichan Creating Mathematical Documents for the Web with Scientific WorkPlace
    3:30 PM John Risley Writing Questions with Randomized Parameters in Proper Mathematical Notation for Online Homework Assignments
    4:30 PM Aaron Krowne Adventures in Sustainability: Development, Direction, and Lessons from PlanetMath
     
Saturday, Jan 6    
  10:00 AM Louise Krmpotic Interactive Math on the Web by Maplesoft
  10:45 AM Lang Moore The Math Gateway: An NSDL Portal for Undergraduate Math
  11:30 AM Neil Soiffer Math for the Visually Disabled: What You Can Do to Help
  12:15 PM Neil Soiffer MathML Everywhere: Web Pages, Blogs, Wikis, Computation, and More
    1:00 PM Don DeLand Math Support for Instant Messaging, Chat Rooms, and Other Collaboration Environments
    1:45 PM Barry MacKichan Creating Mathematical Documents for the Web with Scientific WorkPlace
    2:30 PM John Risley Student Answers to Math Homework on the Web Using Proper Mathematical Notation: A Scalable, Universal Approach
    3:15 PM Philip Yasskin & Doug Meade Maplets for Calculus
     
Sunday, Jan 7    
  10:00 AM David Smith Project CALC on the Web
  12:30 PM Robert Miner The MathFind Search Engine
    1:15 PM Louise Krmpotic Interactive Math on the Web by Maplesoft
    2:00 PM Don DeLand Online Assessment and Problem-Solving Environments: The Advantages of Using Content MathML
    2:45 PM Aaron Krowne PlanetMath and Free Mathematics
    3:15 PM Bob Mathews Using MathML with Blackboard and WebCT
    4:00 PM Mika Seppälä WebALT On-Line Courses
    4:45 PM Bob Mathews Techniques for Using the Equation Editor in Blackboard and WebCT