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Interactive Geometry Exchanged Around the Planet
During the event, we will discuss the inter2geo project aims: making interactive geometry exchangeable and exchanged.
Full recording: voice, text chat, applications, web tour
All Math 2.0 events are free and open to the public. Information about all events in the series is here:
Saturday, September 25th 2010 we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern time.
WorldClock for your time zone.
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Click "OK" and "Accept" several times as your browser installs the software. When you see Elluminate Session Log-In, enter your name and click the "Login" button
You will find yourself in a virtual room. An organizer will be there to greet you, starting about half an hour before the event.
If this is your first Elluminate event, consider coming a few minutes earlier to check out the technology. The room opens half an hour before the event.
About the project
The inter2geo project aims at making interactive geometry exchangeable and exchanged.
The project's platform is an online service used by teachers to share and find interactive geometry resources. It accepts any format or any URL but offers more services for interactive geometry:
the construction files can be retrieved and
of the resources can be submitted
the resources are
with topics, competencies, and educational levels encoded in an internationalized ontology
the resources can be
so that the impact on the learning is reported about
This is constructed with an international objective: multiple languages are offered (currently 12) and the annotations are multilingual themselves. Contributors of the world ("curriculum encoders" and "translators") help bringing this dimension.
We shall present the objectives of the project, how far we are, as well as a little demo.
More information about the platform:
A mathematician, from the University of Lausanne and UQAM, Paul has been recycled into programming for mathematics on the web. Since 2000 he is in Saarbrücken, Germany, working on the ActiveMath learning environment and, since 2007, for the Inter2geo project. His research interests include information use and re-use for mathematical documents (semantic encodings, clipboards, authoring, sharing) and retrieval with a twist towards engineering for multiple cultures.
Christian Mercat under the action of a group...
Professor of math didactics at Université Claude Bernard, Lyon (France), Christian is specialized in Discrete Differential Geometry and in Interactive Geometry. He has worked at University of Montpellier, Technical University of Berlin, University of Melbourne, Tel-Aviv University, and Mittag-Leffler Institute. Christian's PhD is from University of Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, and he graduated from the École Normale Supérieure de Paris.
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