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(Fwd) HEA MSOR Software/technology update.....and inviting any poitential reviewers for an MSOR Connections article

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Robert Surowiec <[log in to unmask]>

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Good Morning All! (Apologies for cross-posting.  This is a repeat of an earlier email with 
1 significant update - Mathematica 6 has been released.)

We are seeking reviewers for future MSOR Connections newsletters.  If
you would like to review any of the products listed below from a UK HE
teaching and learning perspective for a possible published review in
MSOR Connections, please email me your expression of interest/details (if you have 
not done so already) to [log in to unmask]

Some background info on the MSOR Connections newsletter and details of
submitting reviews is available in our Author Guidelines at:

http://www.mathstore.ac.uk/newsletter/guidelines/author.pdf

(Also, if you and/or your colleagues are using any software/technology
which you think would be of interest to the wider maths, stats and
operational UK HE teaching/learning academic community, and you would
like to tell us about it, we could feature it in an MSOR Connections
article and/or our TechWatch pages at:
http://mathstore.ac.uk/techwatch/index.shtml)

I hope you find the summary useful and look forward to hearing from
all interested potential reviewers...........Thanks in
advance...........Robert S



****LIST OF SOFTWARE FOR POSSIBLE REVIEW IN MSOR CONNECTIONS****

1.  Advanced Engineering Mathematics with Maple with Solution Manual
(electronic textbook)

http://directory.adeptscience.com/productid/WL-AEM/4/1227/WL-AEM.html
http://directory.adeptscience.com/productid/WL-AEM-SM/4/1227/WL-AEM-SM
.html

2  Maple 11 - the new version recently launched!  "Maple 11 is the
leading tool for engineers and scientists to streamline and increase
the quality of all their analytical work. Whether you need to do quick
calculations, develop design sheets, or produce sophisticated high
fidelity simulation models, Maple 11 provides the necessary technology
to reduce error and dramatically increase your analytical
productivity."

http://www.adeptscience.co.uk/products/mathsim/maple/

3.  Maple T.A. 3.0 - "Maple T.A. is an easy-to-use web-based system
for creating tests and assignments, automatically assessing student
responses and performance. It supports complex, free-form entry of
mathematical equations and intelligent evaluation of responses, making
it ideal for mathematics, science or any other course that requires
mathematics. "

http://www.adeptscience.co.uk/products/mathsim/mapleta/

4  Mathematica 6 has recently been released - Packed with many new features, you 
may find useful in  your research and teaching:
http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/index.html

For a summary list of new features goto:
http://www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/newin6/

5. Minitab 15 - "Minitab Statistical Software gives you the tools you
need to analyze your data and make informed decisions about how to
improve your business. Its power and ease of use make it the leading
package used for quality improvement and statistics education
worldwide.

Minitab 15 contains nearly 50 enhancements with minimal changes to the
interface, making it simple for current users to access all the new
features. Highlights include:

Assign formulas to columns in the worksheet 
Expanded Gage R&R capabilities 
Power (OC) curves for power and sample size 
Probability Distribution Plot 
New Reliability methods for forecasting future warranty claims .."

http://www.minitab.com/products/minitab/

6.  FX MathPack - Four powerful, complementary products that can make
life much easier for teachers and students. FX Draw and FX Equation
are designed primarily for teacher use to produce mathematical
diagrams and equations. FX Graph and FX Stat are designed primarily
for student use to promote exploration in a powerful mathematical
environment.

http://www.chartwellyorke.com/fxmathpack.html

7.  Autograph 3.1 - "Teaching secondary and college mathematics with
dynamic software is more effective, more efficient and more fun, for
both teacher and student. 

Autograph leads the way in the use of dependent, selectable
mathematical objects to help students get to grips with the principles
of probability and statistics, and coordinate geometry, in both 2D and
3D.

The new version 3 is Interactive Whiteboard friendly - with its own
drawing overlay tools. The Autograph interface has been completely
overhauled, with a new toolbar system and other new features."

http://www.chartwellyorke.com/autograph.html







------- End of forwarded message -------Robert Surowiec 
Information Officer
Maths, Stats & OR Network - a Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy
School of Mathematics
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham  B15 2TT 

T: 0121 414 7670
F: 0121-414 3389
E: [log in to unmask]
                                                             
The Maths, Stats & OR Network is a Subject Centre of the Higher Education 
Academy, which provides discipline-based support for learning and teaching in 
UK universities.
 
More information can be found at http://mathstore.ac.uk

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