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In the vast pantheon of websites dedicated to providing high-quality educational materials in the field of mathematics, interested parties have a wide range of sites that might be useful. Visitors will be delighted to learn about the existence of The Math Forum at Drexel University, which has been online since 1992. Given the amount of material here, visitors may wish to start by going to the \"About\"? section of the site, and then looking at the site map. Here educators and students can look at the \"Who are You?\" area, which will direct them to the appropriate resources for their purposes. One resource that should not be passed over is the Math Forum Electronic Newsletter. Published weekly, visitors can sign up to receive the Newsletter, or just browse this well-written publication at their leisure. Additionally, the Math Tools area of the site is a real gem, and can be used by educators to learn about new methods of teaching various mathematical concepts in the classroom. Visitors can also choose to search by grade level, from elementary to graduate, this would come in handy for an instructor or student looking to refresh their basic or developmental math skills.
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