Using Computers in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction

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  3. Computer graphics as a lecture aid in undergraduate mathematics, Proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference, Iowa City, Iowa, (1979) pp. 237-249
  4. APLANAR, Two-dimensional geometry in APL, APL Quote Quad, 10, (1980), pp. 11-17.
  5. TESSL, A tesselation workspace, APL Quote Quad, 10, (1980), pp. 17-20.
  6. Considerations in Choosing a Microcomputer for Graphics, Collegiate Microcomputer, II, (1984), pp. 113-120.
  7. Computing and Mathematics, The use of computing in undergraduate mathematics instruction, editor (with David Smith, Carl Leinbach, and Ronald Wenger), MAA Notes, Number 9, (1988)
  8. The Use of Computers in Mathematics Instructions: Past History - Future Prospects (preface of [7])
  9. Linear Algebra in Mathcad: An Interactive Text (with David R. Hill) Technology in Mathematics Teaching, Post Conference Proceedings, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England
  10. Interactive Linear Algebra in Mathcad, (with David R. Hill), Springer-Verlag, 1996 ISBN 0-387- 94608