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- Allowing students access to your class's screen/shell (slightly outdated)
- Using myfiles.bgsu.edu (2008)

- Getting a web page on personal.bgsu.edu (2008)
- Files, folders, directories, URLs, and IP addresses in PowerPoint (2008)
- Making a home page with a text editor (2008)
- Sample web page that explains some HTML (2010)
- Publishing a web page with WinSCP (2008)
- Publishing a web page with WS_FTP (2008)
- Putting a file on a web page using WS_FTP (Windows) (2008)
- Putting a file on a web page using Fetch (Macintosh) (2006)
- File and directory structure related to web pages (2006)

- Using Fetch and FrontPage 1.0 to download and edit web pages
- Publishing your FrontPage web
- Adding a document and a link to your web page with FrontPage 1.0
- Making a brand new web with FrontPage 1.0
- Taking snapshots of windows
- Making your first web page with Dreamweaver
- Publishing web pages using Netscape Composer

- Using Microsoft FrontPage 2000 (comparison to other composers and a little troubleshooting)
- Using WS_FTP to download your web files to edit with FrontPage 2000
- Making your first web page with FrontPage 2000
- Adding a link to your web page with FrontPage2000
- Taking screen snapshots on a PC
- Getting WS_FTP and Using WS_FTP

- Scanning documents with the photocopier in room 401
- Scanning documents into PDF files and combining into a single PDF in the Scientific Computing Lab
- Scanning documents in the Mathematical Sciences Building labs also describes image file formats
- Scanning and posting documents on the web helps scan and post assignments and solutions

- Saving Word documents in PDF on Windows (2008)
- Inserting
**.eps**images into Word (2008) - Saving Word documents in PDF on the Macintosh (Portable Document Format) format
- Making Word documents into web pages (for example, your syllabus)
- How equations and images do when changed from Word documents to web pages You can also download the original Word document.
- Word, Equation Editor, and Maple example

- Important general notes about GeoGebra (2009)
- Step by step directions for using GeoGebra to graph a piecewise function See the dynamic worksheet. Download the worksheet (2008)
- Using GeoGebra to graph a polynomial (or other function) with arrows indicating that the graph continues but is not shown See the dynamic worksheet. Download the worksheet (2008)
- Using GeoGebra to graph a rational function with horizontal and vertical asymptotes Download the worksheet (2008)
- Illustration of Linear Regression (2009)
- Illustration of Quadratic Regression (2009)
- Illustration of a Tangent Line (2009)
- Illustration of the Riemann Sum (2009)

- Maple worksheets and output for Calculus III
- Simple trig graph example
- Piecewise functions and multiple functions on one graph. Download the worksheet.
- Animations
- Animated derivative from the right (2MB) / Animated derivative from both sides (10MB) / These were inspired by Ben Otto. Each page has links to the Maple worksheet that created the images.
- Pasting and/or inserting Maple graphs into Word. Also read about how to enlarge fonts in Maple.
- Creating good-looking Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) graphics with Maple for use in Word or LaTeX

- Basic description of file types and how LaTeX works (2009)
- Download and install MiKTeX for the PC (2009)
- Download and install the LaTeX Editor (LEd) for the PC (2009)
- Using the LaTeX editor (LEd) for the PC including how to use the spell checker (2009)
- Editing your LaTeX source code to remove errors (2009)
- Where to store files needed for MiKTeX (2008)
- Download the "Not so Short Introduction to LaTeX2e" in PDF format. Pages 63-70 have a very good list of LaTeX symbols. (2008)
- 1.tex is a very simple LaTeX source file, without much formatting. See the source file and the output in pdf.
- 2.tex has large fonts, paragraph spacing, and line spacing. See the source file and the output in pdf.
- 3.tex shows how to type mathematics and how to display equations. See the source file and the output in pdf.
- 4.tex is a complete homework assignment, with many equations, fonts, and tabs. See the source file and the output in pdf.
- 5.tex is most of a sample exam set in two columns with the paper in landscape orientation. See the the source file and the output in pdf.
- spacing.tex gives examples of centering, flushing, and spacing (also download this graphic file). See the output in pdf.
- article.tex is a sample article with sections, equation references, and bibliography. See the output in pdf and this reference for the hyperref package.
- Incorporating graphics into LaTeX documents (2009)
- Macintosh instructions for LaTeX
- Using OzTeX to create pdf output on the Macintosh (2002)
- Use Beamer to produce high-quality presentations with LaTeX (2008)
- Use Nate Iverson's BGSU-specific LaTeX class for your thesis or dissertation (2008)
- There are several "front ends" for typing in LaTeX. They make it easy to find the symbols to use, and make it easy to process, preview, and display LaTeX files. One such package is WinEdt, which can be downloaded for a 31 day trial period.
- Configure MiKTeX for the PC (2008)
- Configure MiKTeX to run on the PC's in Hayes 025 (2008)

- American Mathematical Society career services (2009)
- Search AMS employment listings (2009)
- MathJobs.org (2009)

- Numerical integration of a function known only through data points using the TI-83 or TI-84 in pdf format. The zip file contains Matlab code to generate figures and LaTeX source code to make the printed output. (2009)