ICTCM Award

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The ICTCM Award is presented each year at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics sponsored by Pearson Addison–Wesley & Pearson Prentice Hall publishers. This award, now in its twelfth year, was established by Pearson Education to recognize an individual or group for excellence and innovation in using technology to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics.[1] Electronic conference proceedings are available beginning with ICTCM 7.[2] List of free electronic journals in mathematics

ICTCM Award recipients[edit]

1997 Chicago, ICTCM-10[3][edit]

1998 New Orleans, ICTCM-11[5][edit]

1999 San Francisco, ICTCM-12[8][edit]

2000 Atlanta, ICTCM-13[10][edit]

2001 Baltimore, ICTCM-14[12][edit]

2002 Orlando, ICTCM-15[13][edit]

2003 Chicago, ICTCM-16[15][edit]

2004 New Orleans, ICTCM-17[17][edit]

2006 Orlando, ICTCM-18[19][edit]

2007 Boston, ICTCM-19[20][edit]

  • To: Mark H. Holmes, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • For: Integrating the Learning of Mathematics and Science Using Interactive Teaching and Learning Strategies

2008 San Antonio, ICTCM-20[21][edit]

2009 New Orleans, ICTCM-21[23][edit]

2010 Chicago, ICTCM-22[26][edit]

  • To: Paul Seeburger, Monroe Community College
  • For: Dynamic Visualization for Multivariable Calculus

2011 Denver, ICTCM-23[27][edit]

2012 Orlando, ICTCM-24[29][edit]

  • To:
  • For:

2013 Boston, ICTCM-25[30][edit]

  • To:
  • For:

References[edit]

  1. ^ ICTCM Website
  2. ^ Electronic Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (EPICTCM)
  3. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 10
  4. ^ ActiveStats: http://www.datadesk.com/products/mediadx/activstats/
  5. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 11
  6. ^ Information, Data and Decisions: http://math.arizona.edu/~dhh/NOVA/IDD-ICTCM.doc
  7. ^ xyAlgebra: http://www.xyalgebra.org/
  8. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 12
  9. ^ WeBWork: http://math.webwork.rochester.edu/webwork2, http://webwork.maa.org/, http://webwork.maa.org/wiki
  10. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 13
  11. ^ Computer Texts for Business Mathematics: http://www.math.arizona.edu/busmath
  12. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 14
  13. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 15
  14. ^ The Dynamical Systems and Technology Project: http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS
  15. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 16
  16. ^ Mathematics Visualization Toolkit: http://amath.colorado.edu/java/
  17. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 17
  18. ^ Dynamic Web Tools for Undergraduate Mathematics: http://staff.jccc.net/mmartin/webmath.html
  19. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 18
  20. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 19
  21. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 20
  22. ^ Maplets for Calculus: http://m4c.math.tamu.edu
  23. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 22
  24. ^ Douglas Ensley: deensley [at] ship [dot] edu, http://webspace.ship.edu/deensley/
  25. ^ Flash and Math Applets: http://mathdl.maa.org/mathDL/3/?pa=content&sa=viewDocument&nodeId=679, http://www.flashandmath.com/
  26. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 22
  27. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 23
  28. ^ Shapes and Numbers: From Counting to Calculus and Beyond: http://www.mamikon.com/, http://www.projectmindmathisnotdifficult.com/
  29. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 24
  30. ^ Proceedings of ICTCM 25