The resources listed below are intended for both students and teachers. For a list of free and/or open-source textbooks, go here. Also, check out Jason Grout’s teaching resources, which is vastly more extensive than what I list below.
- MIT OpenCourseWare
- The Sage Math Cloud
- Group Explorer
- Learning Catalytics
- Desmos Calculator
- 3D Calc Plotter
- American Mathematical Society
- Mathematical Association of America
- Project NExT
Calculus Videos, Applets, & Additional Problems
Below is a partial list of links to applets and video repositories related to calculus. There are lots more out there. If you know of a good resources that’s not listed below, please let me know.
- MOOCulus Videos (videos)
- Calculus Applets (applets)
- Education Portal (videos with embedded quizzes)
- integralCALC videos (videos)
- Patrick’s Just Math Tutorials (videos)
- Khan Academy (videos)
- Patty’s Calculus Videos (videos)
- Brightstorm Calculus Videos (videos)
- Math Doctor Bob videos (videos)
- MathVids (videos)
- The Calculus Page Problems List (problems)
- Dana’s Quick LaTeX Guide
- Dana’s LaTeX Homework Template
- Web Equation by Vision Objects
- LaTeX Community
- TeX Stack Exchange
Some Teaching-Oriented Blogs Worth Reading
- Math Ed Matters by Angie Hodge and me. Sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America.
- The IBL Blog by Stan Yoshinobu.
- The Math Switch by Matthew Jones.
- Division by Zero by Dave Richeson.
- Solvable by Radicals by Bret Benesh.
- Circles and Tangents by Theron Hitchman.
- Casting Out Nines by Robert Talbert.
- MathEd.net by Raymond Johnson.
- Un peu de math by Vincent Knight.
- OpenCalculus by Matt Boelkins.
- Mr. Honner by Patrick Honner.
- Booles’ Rings is a network of blogs (including mine).