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Sage and distance learning

asked 2010-09-17 10:21:37 +0200

Bill Page gravatar image

I think Sage and computer algebra software in general, could play an important role in math courses for remotely located students. To some extent and with some guidance I think student exploration with Sage can replace direct interaction with a math tutor. Are there any distance learning course that currently incorporate Sage as part of the "courseware"? How can Sage be integrated with other packages such as Moodle?

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answered 2010-09-17 17:09:47 +0200

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answered 2010-09-17 17:22:08 +0200

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If you search for "moodle" on either sage-devel or sage-edu you can see various discussions of Sage-Moodle integration. As far as I know efforts for both Sage-Moodle and Sage-GeoGebra integration have not gotten anywhere, but both are clearly possible and supported by people on both sides.

It will take a developer who actually uses both of them to do it, I think. Right now I'm not sure there are many people in that category.

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