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Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an overview of new features in Mathematica 7 that make it easy to use and engaging in a dynamic classroom.
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica offers an interactive classroom experience that helps students explore and grasp concepts. Topics covered in this screencast include getting started, interactivity, and cross-discipline uses.
Yu-Feng Lin
Using interactive manipulations created with Mathematica, the Illinois State Water Survey studies groundwater recharge and discharge, as deemed critical by the National Research Council. Hydrogeologist Yu-Feng Lin explains the advantages gained from using Mathematica in this video.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an overview of how to combine Wolfram|Alpha and Mathematica into a super tool for teaching, research, and student exploration.
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica 7 delivers an array of new capabilities, adding image processing, parallel high-performance computing (HPC), new on-demand curated data, and more. This screencast gives a basic overview of Mathematica 7 for education.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast is part 2 of the popular "Hands-on Start to Mathematica 7" series. Topics covered include stylesheets, slide shows, variable assignment, and graphics.
Chris Lee
The mathematics department at Roanoke College makes a firm commitment to incorporating Mathematica throughout its curriculum. Associate professor Chris Lee explains the advantages.
Chris Lee
The mathematics department at Roanoke College makes a firm commitment to incorporating Mathematica throughout its curriculum. Associate professor Chris Lee explains the advantages. Includes Spanish audio.
Debra Woods
For the University of Illinois's online math program, NetMath, Mathematica's visualization capabilities improve exploration and understanding by students. Mathematics professor Debra Woods explains the advantages in this video.
Eric Schulz
Eric Schulz, a mathematics instructor at Walla Walla Community College, shares a classroom example of using Mathematica for lecture notes and handouts as well as dynamic interfaces for lessons.
Eric Schulz
Eric Schulz, a mathematics instructor at Walla Walla Community College, explains the advantages of using Mathematica's dynamic interactivity and visualization capabilities in the classroom.
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica gives seamless immediate access to an ever-growing library of carefully curated and continually updated data. This screencast shows you how to access and utilize Mathematica's integrated data.
Cliff Hastings
This tutorial screencast encourages users to work along in Mathematica 7 as they learn the basics to create their first notebook, calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples.
This tutorial screencast encourages users to work along in Mathematica 7 as they learn the basics to create their first notebook, calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples. Includes Japanese audio.
This tutorial screencast encourages users to work along in Mathematica 7 as they learn the basics to create their first notebook, calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples. Includes Spanish audio.
This tutorial screencast encourages users to work along in Mathematica 7 as they learn the basics to create their first notebook, calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples. Includes Portuguese audio.
Cliff Hastings
Mathematica users around the world have created a variety of materials—from examples and Demonstrations to coursewares and projects—many of which you can start using immediately, even with no prior experience with Mathematica. Learn more in this screencast.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an overview of how to use existing resources, including "How tos" and Wolfram Demonstrations, to expand use of Mathematica in education.
Cliff Hastings
Creating interactive models in Mathematica allows students to explore hard-to-understand concepts and test theories and to quickly gain a deeper understanding of the materials being taught firsthand. This screencast shows how to get started creating interactive models in Mathematica.
Creating interactive models in Mathematica allows students to explore hard-to-understand concepts, test theories, and quickly gain a deeper understanding of the materials being taught firsthand. This screencast shows you how get started creating interactive models in Mathematica. Includes Chinese audio.
See why Mathematica is the world's ultimate application for computations in this short video tour.
Eric Schulz
Mathematica's Assistant palettes provide point-and-click access to a range of Mathematica capabilities. This screencast gives an overview of Mathematica's Classroom Assistant Palette and how to use it on an electronic whiteboard.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast provides an overview of functionality in Mathematica 7 that makes it easy for educators to integrate into precollege, community college, and higher-education classrooms. It includes many examples of Mathematica's use for education that can be implemented immediately.
Frank Scherbaum
Geophysics professor Frank Scherbaum walks through an example of how he used Mathematica to develop an integrated system for students, teachers, and researchers to use in their probabilistic seismic hazard analysis work. Includes Japanese audio.