Mathematica Enthusiasts: Where should you start?

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Mathematica Enthusiasts: Where should you start?

Postby Kathy_Bautista » Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:25 pm

Although you've been using Mathematica for quite some time, as a first step, we recommend that you explore the existing learning resources available through the Wolfram Faculty Program Membership Portal. Many screencasts, seminars, and tutorials are available that will not only give you tips on using some of the newest features of Mathematica in your classes, but also give your students a jump-start with Mathematica. We recommend starting with the following resources:

Be sure to also visit the Teaching Materials section, which provides links to Mathematica-related teaching materials and courseware that can help you further incorporate Mathematica into your classes. If you've created any Mathematica notebooks or other teaching materials that you'd like to share, please forward them to us at facultyprogram@wolfram.com and we'll make sure they get posted so others teaching similar topics can utilize them for their own classes.

As a Mathematica Enthusiast, you're eligible to receive several exclusive benefits, including one-on-one support from Wolfram experts to assist you in developing Mathematica-based courseware, as well as individually scheduled tutorials to teach your students the basics of Mathematica. Don't forget to visit the Access Benefits section to take advantage of these great perks.
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