We have started a new, free math education website called www.mathXplain.com, with the goal of proving that math (up to a certain level) can be understood by just about anybody, and further, can even be liked.
This project provides additional help for students to understand the material that is being taught during their lessons. The website can be accessed easily from anywhere and anytime. It can be viewed using smartphones and tablets as well, making it ready whenever you are.
Currently we are testing the site, and it would be a tremendous help for us if as many students as possible would visit the pages. Based on their opinion, we will focus our development efforts on areas that seem important, and fix any remaining problems.
If you think this initiative is useful, please tell your students about our site. For example, you could place a link on your faculty or departmental webpage, or send an email to your students, or use any other method that you think is appropriate. We would like you to participate in our mathXplain.com project.
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE?
- If you are teaching a Calculus, Precalculus or Linear Algebra course, and you think it is a useful mission, ask your students to participate in the project.
- If you are taking a Calculus, Precalculus or Linear Algebra course, use the tutorials and if you feel like it, give us some feedback: errors, ideas, or anything else that you think would improve the site.
- If you are a member of a student association and would like to help those who feel tortured by math, this is an excellent opportunity. Share this website with them.