Maths Educational Software meeting @ Melb Uni

We’re pleased to announce that this year’s Mathematical Educational Software Interest Group (MESIG) annual meeting will be held in Melbourne on Monday 4th December 2017, at The University of Melbourne. The MESIG annual meeting is a meeting of Australian mathematics academics to discuss mathematics-oriented software relevant to University mathematics teaching.  The workshop is informal and lets participants share experiences and examples of software use in their teaching. This includes (but is not limited to) online assessment systems, teaching with mathematical languages such as Maple/Mathematica, and tools for teaching mathematics online. For 2017 we particularly invite presentations about software for real-time online mathematical tutorials or consultations, though submissions on any mathematical software of relevance to teaching are welcome. Registration and abstract submission are now open – see below.
Date: Monday 4th December 2017
Venue: School of Mathematics & Statistics, The University of Melbourne
Registration & abstract submission:  
Abstract submission deadline: Monday 30th October 2017

We’re pleased to announce that ACEMS have provided funding for travel support for the 2017 Mathematical Educational Software Interest Group (MESIG) meeting in Melbourne on Mon 4th December. Thanks to ACEMS for their support. Please email us ASAP if you are interested in seeking support for travel to Melbourne for MESIG.  Preference will be given to early-career academics and students. Feel free to forward this to interested colleagues.

The programme for MESIG 2017 is now available on the website:   Registration is still open!

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