Dr. Lisa Oberbroeckling

"o-burr-brek-ling"

Need help? COME TO MY OFFICE.

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
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11-12 | --- | 1:30-3 | 9:30-11:30, 2:30-3:30 | 10-noon, 1:30-3:30 |

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
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11-12 | --- | 11-12 | --- | 11-12 |

Also by appointment (see my schedule) |

- TEXTBOOK SITE: PDF VERSION CAN BE FOUND HERE
- Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land
- Doodling in Math Class: Binary Trees
- Doodling in Math Class: Triangle Party
- Doodling in Math Class: Infinity Elephants
- Doodling in Math Class: Sick Number Games
- The story of Wind and Mr. Ug by Vi Hart
- Common proof techniques
- Introducing the Klein bottle by Marianne Freiberger.
- Imaging maths - Inside the Klein bottle by Konrad Polthier. Cool images and animations

KEITH DEVLIN: Using video games to break the Symbol Barrier from Keith Devlin on Vimeo.

Look near 7:00 for the symbolic representation of the game WuzzitTrouble- How to hold a pizza slice explained with curvature
- Math Insight good applets and explanations
- Calculus Applets
- Desmos.com: great 2D graphing calculator with lots of good graph animations
- The Ten Commandments of Mathematics
- Common errors in undergrad math
- Why study calculus?
- Loyola Academic Advising and Support Center (AASC) (info on tutoring, registration, summer courses, etc.)
- Sine and cosine animations.
- Am I in Pi?
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive -- LOTS of facts and Mathematicians of the Day
- AMS: Information for math majors
- Mathematical Sciences Career Information: AMS-MAA-SIAM Project for Nonacademic Employment
- SIAM: Career Information
- MAA: Career Profiles
- My homepage

Instructor: Dr. Lisa Oberbroeckling

Office: 312 Knott Hall

Phone: 410-617-2516

Email: loberbro "at" loyola "dot" edu