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Invited Talks

In addition to conference talks (see section 7) on educational subjects, and local talks such as those I gave to COMPASS (three so far), the following talks were invited (i.e. expenses were paid in full by the organizers).

  1. ``How technology affects the curriculum in mathematics'', given at the Fields-Nortel Workshop on Mathematics Education, Toronto, July 1997, and also by invitation to the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science of the University of Cantabria, in Santander, Spain, June 1997.

  2. ``Scientific Computing in Mathematics Education: One Third of the Revolution'', Workshop in New Technology for Symbolic Computational Mathematics in Research and Education, CAIP Center, Rutgers University, New Jersey, June 1994.
  3. ``Is Mathematics Education Good Enough for Calculas'', (joint work with David Jeffrey, talk presented by David Jeffrey) at the Conference on Computation in the Calculus, Renssalear Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, November 1992.

Robert Corless
Fri Jan 9 10:26:41 EST 1998