CLAD, LDU (2002) Web hosted AIM tests suitable for undergraduate mathematics. Project Report. University of Birmingham, Birmingham. (Unpublished)
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Identification Number/DOI: HIST060
The fundamental aims of this project are
• to improve and enhance student learning in the important first year module Mathematics Core
• to improve student support and to implement better monitoring in the crucial transitional phase of undergraduate study in mathematics.
To achieve these aims, we will introduce in a phased and planned fashion the integrated use of web-based, computer algebra assisted learning and assessment tools into the revised first year provision in mathematics. AIM, a Maple based software package, freely available and increasingly taken up by academics world wide, will provide the vehicle for the test delivery. The impact of students learning and the student's opinions will be studied using various feedback mechanisms.
|Type of Work:||Monograph (Project Report)|
|School/Faculty:||Schools (1998 to 2008) > School of Mathematics & Statistics|
|Department:||School of Mathematics|
The original papers that comprise this project are stored at Centre for Learning and Academic Development (CLAD), University of Birmingham. Please contact CLAD using the email address email@example.com for any further information.
|Series/Collection Name:||Education Enhancement Projects|
|Keywords:||Mathematics and learning technologies MALT in WebCT, MALT, WebCT, learning technologies, learning experience, questions, mathematical content, summative quizzes, interactive mathematical demonstrations, mathematical software, effective support, integrating web-based learning, resources, leap, aim,|
|Subjects:||L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB2300 Higher Education|
|Copyright Status:||This project report is copyright of the author and the University of Birmingham. Any use made of information contained in this project must be acknowledged. Further distribution or reproduction in any format is prohibited without the permission of the copyright holder.|
|Copyright Holders:||University of Birmingham|
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