The Technology in Mathematics Instruction Conference 2010 was held Tuesday, June 9, 2010 at the CUNY Graduate Center. Collected here are slides and other resources from the conference, in order of their presentation.

## I. Assessment (e.g., homework, quizzes) and Tutorial Technology (Student Use of Technology)

**Paper Panel on Software Applications**

April Allen-Materowski and Sherman Wong, Baruch College

WeBWorK and the 24/7 Math Classroom

WebWorK instructors sample (PDF)

WebWorK students sample (PDF)

Michael George, Borough of Manhattan Community College

MyMath Lab: Introduction and Rationale

Dale M. Dawes, Borough of Manhattan Community College

Implementing WebAssign in the Classroom

Frank Wang, Chancellor’s Award Winner / Luis Gonzalez, LaGuardia Community College

LaGuardia’s Contextualized Math Curriculum with Online Learning Supplement

script (PDF)

Leonard Presby, Queens College

Utilizing an Intelligent E-Learning System (ALEKS) in Math

**Individual Papers on Assessment and Tutorial Systems**

John Velling, Brooklyn College

MathLynx^{TM} as Mathematics Pedagogy Environment

Stanley Ocken, City College

Using Graphics for Graphing: A Moving Experience

slides (Word DOC)

Thomas Mormino, Chancellor’s Award Winner, College of Staten Island

Elementary Algebra, Self-Instructional Software

## II. Technology in Pedagogy (Faculty Use of Technology)

Arnavaz Taraporevala, Nadia Benakli and Satyanand Singh, New York City College of Technology

Using Technology to Stimulate Interest and Enhance Understanding of Mathematics

Terrence Blackman, Medgar Evers College / David Stone, Brooklyn College

Perspectives from the Front of the Class: Using CAS in situ

Christopher Hanusa, Queens College

Where Mathematica Betters My Instruction

slides (PDF)

Prof. Hanusa’s website

Glenn Miller, Borough of Manhattan Community College

Comparing Online and “Seated” Statistics Students

Alla Morgulis, Borough of Manhattan Community College

Personal Approach in Teaching a Distance Learning Mathematics Course

**Individual Papers on the Use of Specific Forms of Technology**

Sarah Harney, Baruch College

Using the Tablet PC with “one note” in the Classroom

Andrea Marchese, City College (presented by Sarah Harney)

Going Digital in the Classroom with a Graphics Tablet and Graphics Editing Software

Walter Wang, Chancellor’s Award Winner / Peter Gregory, Baruch College

Instructional Math Videos

Michael Carlisle, Graduate Center

CUNYMath: A Central Web Presence for the CUNY Mathematics Community