External Education Links
HAVE A QUESTION ?
Expii is a free, open, and interactive platform for crowdsourced explanations and practice problems in math and science.
- Ask Dr. Math!
Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their
teachers. A serchable archive is available by level and topic, as well as
summaries of Frequently Asked Questions.
- Quandaries and Queries at Math Central
If you have any nagging mathematical problems or questions you can't solve, or are just plain curious about something, Math Central is here for you: their panel of consultants will try to answer your question.
- Are you ready for Calculus?
What you should know (from University of New Brunswick)
- Linear Algebra Down to Earth
Practical uses for linear algebra, answering the question "Why on earth
do we need to know that?"
PROBLEMS, PUZZLES & GAMES
- Crux Mathematicorum - On-Line
A source of mathematical problems, hints, and articles for senior
secondary and undergraduate level students.
- Expii "Solve"
Expii solve is a periodically-released set of math problems composed by Po-Shen Loh, math professor at Carnegie Mellon University and coach of the US International Math Olympiad team.
- CMS Problem Solving resources
The CMS maintains a list of problem solving resources aimed at competitive mathematical problem solving.
- CEMC Courseware
Features lessons, interactive activities, enrichment challenges, and
practice with feedback, provided by the Centre for Education in
Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo.
- Canadian mathematics
We have a list of educational outreach activities from across Canada which are offered by universities, colleges and
other institutions to students in secondary and earlier school.
- The Math Forum
The Math Forum at Drexel University is an excellent collection of
resources available on the Internet. We strongly recommend you visit this
- Internet Mathematics Library
This internet library is presented by Math Forum. It contains more
exhaustive lists and allows to search for materials that match your specific
needs. Here are a few shortcuts:
This site, based at University of Tennessee - Knoxville, contains links to
various web resources on Mathematics. They are organized by topics and use
both keywords to describe the site and icons to quickly show the level of
mathematical background neede to read the material.
- S.O.S. Mathematics
S.O.S. Mathematics provides math review material in a variety of topics.
It is a good study site for high school, college students and adult learners. Their link collection is impressive.
- Math Central
From the University of Regina, Math Central is an Internet service for
mathematics teachers and students from k-12. It contains a resource room,
a discussion forum for teachers, an information board, monthly problems and
- NCTM Illuminations
This site contains information for teachers and students from K-12. It
offers online multimedia investigations, classroom video vignettes, standard-based
lesson plans, links to reviewed websites and more.