Math Online 2011

Face-to-Face: January, Raleigh, NC, as track of Science Online Conference

Online: April


Note: Science online could be an affiliate. I'd rather do it as a math track. -Ihor


First webinar: general brainstorming. Host Ihor Charischak, November 11, 2009
Second webinar: Learning from Science Online 2007-2010. Host Bora Zivkovic, January 27th, 2010
Educon 2.2 as a model of a blended conference? CLIME blog; email group discussion
Email group discussion threads: What would get you to attend? Conference ideas
CEET Math 2.0 Moodle Week, February 2010


Types of applets presentation - Linda Stojanovska, Dani Novak, Maria Droujkova

Who do we want to see there?

Add names and/or links to entities you'd like to meet. In no particular order. Add yourself if you want to be in this company.

  • GeoGebra
  • Scratch
  • Wolfram|Alpha
  • Ihor Charischak, CLIME
  • Maria Droujkova, Natural Math
  • Sol Lederman, Wild About Math!
  • Sue VanHattum, Math Mama Writes (would like to come; not sure it's possible)
  • Maria Andersen, Teaching College Math
  • Art of Problem Solving
  • Math-U-See
  • Math on the Level? (Maria, is this the one you mentioned?)
  • Colleen King, Math Playground and Learning in Mathland (SV)
  • Rebecca Zook, Math Tutoring Online (SV)
  • Ben Blum-Smith, Research in Practice (SV)
  • Dan Meyer, dy/dan (SV)
  • Kate Nowak, f(t) (SV)
  • Julie Brennan, Living Math Forum (a Yahoo group) (SV)
  • Denise Gaskins, Let's Play Math! (SV)
  • Mary O'Keeffe, Albany Area Math Circle (SV)
  • Terence Tao or Tim Gowers, on internet collaboration for math proofs
  • xkcd comics
  • Alan Kay
  • Clifford Pickover
  • Theoni Pappas
  • Murray Bourne, SquareCirclez
  • Mitsumasa Anno
  • Ivar Ekeland, author of The Cat in Numberland
  • Hans Enzensberger, author of The Number Devil
  • Harold Jacobs, author of Mathematics: A Human Endeavor
  • Joseph Mazur, author of Euclid in the Rainforest
  • Robert and Ellen Kaplan, authors of Out of the Labyrinth: Setting Mathematics Free (and numerous other math exposition books)
  • Amanda Serenevy
  • Josh Zucker
  • Paul Zeitz, author of The Art and Craft of Problem Solving
  • Keith Devlin
  • Steven Strogatz, From Fish to Infinity is the first in his new series in the NY Times
  • Dave Richeson, author of Euler's Gem
  • George Hart, mathematical artist (scupture)
  • Stanley F. Schmidt, author of Life Of Fred series
  • WIRIS