A holistic view on history, development, assessment, and future of an open courseware in numerical methods

@inproceedings{Kaw2012AHV,
  title={A holistic view on history, development, assessment, and future of an open courseware in numerical methods},
  author={Autar Kaw and Ali Yalçin and Gwen Lee-Thomas and Duc Thanh Nguyen and Melinda Hess and James A. Eison and Ram M. Pendyala and Glen Besterfield and Corina Owens},
  year={2012}
}
Funded since 2001 by National Science Foundation, an innovative open courseware (http://nm.mathforcollege.com) has been developed for a comprehensive undergraduate course in Numerical Methods. The open courseware resources enhance instructor preparation and development as well as the student educational experience by facilitating a hybrid educational approach to the teaching of Numerical Methods, a pivotal STEM course, via customized textbooks, adapted course websites, social networking… CONTINUE READING

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