Contents
 University of Technology, Sydney
 Media Mathematics
 Application Programs
 WebEQ
 LiveGraphics3D
 JavaSketchpad
 Java Slide Rule
 Technical Support
 Student Testers
University of Technology, Sydney
This project was carried out as part of the program
for the degree of Master of
Interactive Multimedia within the Institute
for Multimedia and Learning at the University
of Technology, Sydney. The lecturer for the project component
was Alyssa Rothwell.
Media Mathematics
This site was produced and published by Rod
Selden and Media
Mathematics. Media Mathematics provides tutoring for senior
mathematics students, consultancy for the development of educational
and mathematical websites, and online resources for mathematics
learning.
Media Mathematics owns the copyright to all material
on this site, except where other copyright is explicitly acknowledged.
Application Programs
This website uses and supports the following application programs.
 Winplot
 A freeware PC graphing program. It can be obtained from Peanut
Software.
 Geometers Sketchpad
 A dynamic geometry package. The full version and a demo version
can be obtained from Key
Curriculum Press.
WebEQ
The interactive mathematical expressions used on this site are
rendered by the MathViewer applet, which is part of the WebEQ
system. WebEQ has recently been acquired by MathType.
LiveGraphics3D
LiveGraphics3D
is a Mathematica oriented technology for displaying interactive
3D diagrams as Java applets. It was developed by Martin Kraus
JavaSketchpad
The JavaSketchpad
is a technology for rendering Geometers Sketchpad files as Java
applets. It is still under development. Geometers Sketchpad is published
by Key Curriculum Press.
Java Slide Rule
The
Java Slide Rule is an interactive Java applet of a fully functional
slide rule. It was written by Andrew Davie, and used on this site
with permission.
Technical Support
We are very grateful to Geremy Davey for his help
in solving system oriented technical problems.
Student Testers
I wish to express my gratitude to the Year 9 and 10
students of Media Mathematics who participated in the testing of
this website.
