We’re getting ready for the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego! There’s lots to do but we wanted to give you a few extra suggestions with a MathJax flavor.
- UPDATED LOCATION MathJax community meet up. Meet up with MathJax team members on Friday, between 3:30pm and 5pm. We’ll be on the upper floor. Since it’s a bit chilly, we’ll meet indoors by the Center Terrace (instead of outside) – check the Convention Center’s floor plan. Stop by and say hi!
Session on The Present and Future of Mathematics on the Web For the full schedule, see the program page.
- Peter Krautzberger will be at the AMS booth on Wednesday, 1-3pm, Saturday 10-12pm to talk about all things MathJax – from blogs to apps to publishing workflows. You can also reach Peter via email.
- If you spot MathJax at the JMM, be sure to let us know on twitter @mathjax #jmm13!
If you haven’t already overbooked your JMM schedule, here are some talks we find interesting.
AMS Special Session on Topics and Issues in Electronic Publishing, I
- Making Content Reflowable for the Reading Device. Henry Krell, Springer Science + Business Media
MAA General Contributed Paper Session: Mathematics and Technology, I
- Interactive Math Texts on the Web using MathJax, JSXGraph, and HTML5. Michael D Hvidsten, Gustavus Adolphus College
MAA Session on Innovative Ideas for Courses in the First Two Years, I:
- Combining Khan Academy and Active Learning in Pre-calculus. Michael S Gagliardo, California Lutheran University
MAA Session on Using Mobile Communication Devices for Mathematics Education: Sage Interacts in an Online Calculus Text. Lawrence C. Moore, Duke University, David A. Smith, Duke University
See you in San Diego!
The MathJax Team.