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Improve the teaching and learning experience with Mathematica. This Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk gives an overview of how to make your classroom dynamic with interactive models and shows a variety of computation and visualization capabilities useful for teaching practically any subject at any level.

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Nick Gaskill
Get the inside scoop on the newest technologies Wolfram is using to make working with Mathematica easier. This talk from the Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 gives an overview of the Wolfram Predictive Interface, units support, and Wolfram|Alpha integration.
Dillon Tracy
Mathematica is an efficient tool for analyzing and presenting data. This Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk covers aspects of Mathematica relevant to analytics, including statistical computation, interactive visualization, data import and export, automatic report generation, and much more.
Mili Vishwakarma
See how Mathematica connects to external programs using MathLink and other technologies built on top of MathLink, including J/Link, .NET/Link, DatabaseLink, and LibraryLink, in this talk from the Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013.
Olle Isaksson
Wolfram SystemModeler can be used to model safety-critical systems. This Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk takes a closer look at an aircraft flap system, showing how component faults can be modeled and how their effects on system behavior can be simulated.
Kelvin Mischo
Improve the teaching and learning experience with Mathematica. This Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk gives an overview of how to make your classroom dynamic with interactive models and shows a variety of computation and visualization capabilities useful for teaching practically any subject at any level.
Michael Morrison
See the entire process for creating and sharing interactive content using the Computable Document Format (CDF). This Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk also shows how Mathematica Enterprise Edition simplifies the process and reduces work, and includes some examples of creating and deploying EnterpriseCDF applications.
Johan Rhodin
This course uses a series of examples to show how models and simulation results from Wolfram SystemModeler can be visualized in Mathematica. Examples used in this Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk include heat loss, batteries, satellite controls, solenoid circuits, and more.
Kelvin Mischo
Get an introduction to the HPC and grid computing functionality in Mathematica in this talk from the Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013. The presentation covers a few examples, discusses applications within education work groups, and explores possible ways to scale across available clusters or multicore machines.