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View Resource Wolfram Demonstrations

This page, by Wolfram Research, is an"open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of other fields." The collection of demonstrations, powered by Mathematica, offers up a number of topics to be explored: "Mathematics," "Computation," "Physical sciences," "Life sciences," "Business and Social...

View Resource Getting Started With Excel

Excel is a very common spreadsheet application, and developing mastery of this powerful tool can be a bit difficult for those who might be less experienced with its various features and analytical tools. This rather useful Excel tutorial is part of the StudyFinance.com website, which was developed by Professor Sharon Garrison of the University of Arizona. The tutorial is divided into eight...

View Resource Tutor 2U Economics

For teachers and students of economics, Tutor2U, from the UK, provides "high quality learning resources and online community." Student resources include online forums about economics and study guides for academic success. If students complete the free registration, they may submit questions to the Tutor2U tutors. Previous student questions and answers are archived and available to all users. Also...

View Resource GlobalEDGE: International Business Resource Desk

Hosted by Michigan State University, this page of the GlobalEDGE Web site provides detailed insights into the history, culture, government, and economy of nearly 200 countries around the world. An impressive database of statistics summarizes everything from geographical characteristics to technological development. Visitors can access the Market Potential Indicators study, which is published...

View Resource Teacher's Resource Manual for Adapting the Making Industry Meaningful In College (MIMIC) Model

Making Industry Meaningful In College (MIMIC) is a multi-disciplinary project that exposes students to simulated business/industry experiences with the goal of preparing them for the workplace. Students in engineering design, electronics and business are placed in teams, called ?companies,? to design, prototype, manufacture, market and sell a product. This handbook shows teachers how to ada...

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