IEEE continues as MathJax Partner

IEEE, the world’s largest professional association, has renewed its support as a MathJax Partner, demonstrating its commitment to being a partner to the science community.

With roots going back to 1884, IEEE follows its mission to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. From over 2,000 local chapters across the world, to more than 148 transactions, journals, and magazines to sponsoring over 1,300 conferences, IEEE inspires as global community in electrical engineering, computer science and electronics. Its IEEEXplore® digital library provides web access to over three million technical documents with more than eight million downloads each month.

We look forward to continuing the collaboration with IEEE, and welcome their ongoing support for the MathJax project.

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Christian Perfect joins the MathJax team

We’re very happy to announce that Christian Perfect has joined the MathJax development team.

During his day job, Christian is the lead developer of Newcastle University‘s open-source e-assessment system Numbas. Christian has been an active community member for a few years now, contributing many cool tools to the community.

We’re excited Christian is joining MathJax and we look forward to working with him.

The MathJax Team.

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Google+ Hangout on Air on open math textbooks

Join us for a Hangout on Air with Kathi Fletcher (OERpub), David Farmer (AIM), Rob Beezer (University of Puget Sounds), Kent Morrison (Cal Poly), David Lipmman (Pierce College), and Phil Schatz (conneXions) on

April 7, 2014, 12pm PDT / 3pm EDT / 9pm CEST / 7pm UTC.

We’ll be discussing all things open (math) textbooks — from envisioning to authoring to delivering them to readers.

For details and updates check the G+ event page.

See you next Monday!
The MathJax team.

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Taylor & Francis supports MathJax as a MathJax Supporter

Taylor & Francis is giving the MathJax project a boost by joining our sponsorship program as MathJax Supporter. Taylor & Francis, a division of Informa plc, is a leading international academic publisher with roots reaching back to 1798.

Taylor & Francis Group publishes more than 1,700 journals and over 3,600 new books each year, with a books backlist in excess of 50,000 specialist titles. Taylor & Francis Online provides access to all journals from Taylor & Francis, Routledge and Psychology Press, and will use MathJax to provide beautiful, accessible mathematics in publications such as the journals of the American Statistical Association. For the latest developments, follow T&F Maths & Stats @tandfmaths on Twitter.

Richard Steele, an editorial director for mathematics & statistics at Taylor & Francis, noted “We are delighted to be able to support the MathJax project as it aims to develop a state-of-the-art, open source, JavaScript platform for display of mathematics, to the benefit of authors, readers, and publishers alike.”

Becoming a MathJax Supporter allows Taylor & Francis to make optimal use of MathJax, and makes an important contribution to keeping MathJax the reliable, flexible and open technology for mathematics on the web.

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Oxford University Press continues as MathJax Supporter

Oxford University Press (OUP) continues to support the MathJax project as a MathJax Supporter.

OUP, a department of Oxford University, currently publishes over 6,000 titles in more than 40 languages each year worldwide. OUP’s broad academic and educational spectrum includes dictionaries, journals, scholarly monographs, schoolbooks as well as higher education textbooks. Oxford Journals, publishes more than 300 scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, law, science, and medicine. Throughout its journals as well as online book products such as Oxford Scholarship Online, OUP delivers mathematics using MathJax, to ensure beautiful and accessible rendering on all platforms and devices.

Richard O’Beirne, Digital and Journals Strategy Manager, OUP, said: “Every year, we’re delivering over 2 million MathJax-enabled article downloads and that’s growing as we roll out MathJax display to more subject areas such as economics. MathJax just works seamlessly, and we’re delighted to renew OUP’s support of the MathJax Consortium in 2014.”

We look forward to continuing the collaboration with OUP, and welcome their ongoing support for the MathJax project.

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