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Integrating Technology in the Discipline 
Larson et al., Calculus, 7/e

  • Interactive Calculus 3.0 CD-ROM
  • Internet Calculus 3.0
  • Calculus Videos/DVDs
  • Computerized Test Bank Hybrid
  • Calculus Learning Tools Student CD-ROM
  • HMClass PrepTM CD-ROM
  • Blackboard/WebCT
  • EduSpace
  • CalcChat
  • SMARTHINKING
 

Program benefits
What are the benefits of using all the elements of the program to instructors?
Instructors can choose from a variety of media and web-based activities to create a customized set of supplementary materials.
What are the benefits to students?
The program offers a wide variety of resources to enhance the student's learning experience.

Best uses of the whole program
How can the entire program be used in the course? This integrated text and web program is dedicated to helping instructors and students take advantage of the opportunities created by new instructional technologies. The program provides a variety of student study tools, instructor assessment materials and visual aids, and distance learning solutions.
How can the program be used to support a distance-learning course?
All media and web-based resources are accessible from any computer with a CD-ROM drive and an Internet connection, making them very useful for distance education.


Provide a suggested lesson plan on how to integrate all key pieces as a whole program in support of the course.
  • Text-specific web site
    This FREE web site provides the following resources: 3-D Rotatable graphs, a link to mathgraphs.com and matharticles.com, Calculus labs, Appendices, algebra review, and Ch. 15.

  • eduSpace—Houghton Mifflin's innovative online learning tool
    This web-based product contains all of the even-numbered exercises from the texts in a multiple-choice format. eduSpace helps instructors:
    • create quizzes and homework assignments for students to complete online
    • conveniently track students' performance
    • automatically log results of assignments and quizzes in an electronic gradebook


  • SMARTHINKING™—online tutoring for students
    Houghton Mifflin has partnered with Smarthinking.com to give students the most advanced online tutoring possible. SMARTHINKING's virtual learning assistance center provides qualified tutors (e-structors) and independent study resources for core courses and skills. Students can access tutors and resources live during their typical homework hours, four nights a week. View a SMARTHINKING demo at www.smarthinking.com/houghton.html.

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Where does each piece of the program fit into the course? Continued...
  • Text-specific web site
    This FREE web site provides the following resources: 3-D Rotatable graphs, a link to mathgraphs.com and matharticles.com, Calculus labs, Appendices, algebra review, and Ch. 15.

  • eduSpace—Houghton Mifflin's innovative online learning tool
    This web-based product contains all of the even-numbered exercises from the texts in a multiple-choice format. eduSpace helps instructors:
    • create quizzes and homework assignments for students to complete online
    • conveniently track students' performance
    • automatically log results of assignments and quizzes in an electronic gradebook


  • SMARTHINKING™—online tutoring for students
    Houghton Mifflin has partnered with Smarthinking.com to give students the most advanced online tutoring possible. SMARTHINKING's virtual learning assistance center provides qualified tutors(e-structors) and independent study resources for core courses and skills. Students can access tutors and resourceslive during their typical homework hours, four nights a week. View a SMARTHINKING demo at www.smarthinking.com/houghton.html.

  • Larson eSolutions for Calculus
    Calculus Learning Tools Student CD-ROM
    FREE with every new student text purchased from Houghton Mifflin. This comprehensive, text-specific CD contains an unprecedented quantity of support materials and resources for students.
    • CAS Open Explorations are investigations of over 100 examples in the text identified by the "IC" icon that have been formatted and written to launch in several computer algebra systems (Maple, Mathematica, Derive, and Mathcad).
    • MathGraphs offer students easy access to over 125 enlarged, printable graphs that correlate with many of the exercise sets in the text, eliminating the need for students to copy graphs by hand.
    • Math Articles present a collection of 80 relevant journal articles that reinforce theconcepts found in the text's "For Further Information" sections. (Cross-referenced in the text and also available at matharticles.com.)
    • Rotatable Graphs provide students with a new level of visualization by offering panoramic, three-dimensional views of 250 key figures and artwork found in the text.
    • Calculus Labs are a series of technology lab projects designed as extensions of the Chapter Openers to help students appreciate the real-world applicability of calculus while practicing their problem-solving and computer algebra skills.
    • Math Biographies motivate students with brief historical sketches of more than 50 famous mathematicians who played an important role in the development of calculus.
    • Appendices D, E, F, and G, plus an additional chapter (15) on Differential Equations provide students with extra sections on Precalculus Review, Rotation and the General Second-Degree Equation, Complex Numbers, and Business and Economics Applications.


  • Interactive Calculus 3.0 CD-ROM
    This comprehensive resource brings Calculus to life in a compelling learning environment. A wide range of features adds strong visual-learning support.
    • Open Explorations
    • Section Quizzes
    • Editable two-dimensional graphs
    • Rotatable three-dimensional art
    • Explorations
    • Simulations
    • Animations
    • Additional Try-It examples with step-by-step solutions
    • Complete solutions to all odd exercises in the text


  • Internet Calculus 3.0
    This online learning center offers the same capabilities and feature as the CD-ROM, plus opportunities for online course management.

  • CalcChat
    This space developed by Ron Larson is one of several ways to deliver step-by-step solutions to all odd-numbered exercises in the text. CalcChat encourages students to interact with peers and a moderator on problem solving in an innovative chat room environment.

    Solutions to these same exercises are also available in the print Study and Solutions Guide and on the Interactive Calculus 3.0 CD-ROM.

  • HMClass PrepTM CD-ROM for instructors providing supplements and teaching resources electronically. Includes:
    • "How to Use HMClassPrep"
    • Transition Guide (in Microsoft Word) for users of the 6/e transitioning to the 7/e
    • Complete Solutions Guide (PDF format)
    • Lab projects for Maple, Mathematica, Derive, Mathcad, and TI-92 with solutions
    • Themes for Advanced Placement Calculus


  • HM Testing CD-ROM
    The new version of the computerized database provides instructors with a wide array of algorithmic test items. In addition to producing an unlimited number of tests for each chapter, including cumulative tests and final exams, HM Testing also offers online testing and gradebook functions.

  • New Topics in Calculus Video Series
    • DVD of Calculus videos (coming soon)
      The only supplement of its kind, this completely new video series by Dana Mosely provides comprehensive and additional explanations of key concepts, sample problems and applications, and computer-generated animations to help students review essential topics.

    • REVISED! Graphing Calculator Videotape
      For both students and instructors, this tape covers basic capabilities shared by a wide variety of Texas Instruments, Casio, Sharp, and Hewlett-Packard graphing calculators that are required for working calculus problems.

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