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Welcome to resources. There are two main areas allocated as resources, they are Mathematics and Teaching & Learning.

So For MATHEMATICS area we have:

Library resources are the formal repository for this site and represent documents sourced from academic staff used in the formal teaching of lectures. Some of the material may have been published, as course notes, booklets or publicly published in Professional Journals.

Tutor resources are informal by nature. Many students undertaking mathematics study are under prepared for the rigors of campus life. These resources are written in an informal style, the goal of which is to help fill in educational gaps for students studying mathematics at a tertiary level for the first time in a simplified way.

Games (this resource requires a University login credential) are designed to allow repetitive exposure to commonly needed concepts and ideas when entering first year tertiary mathematics. Games have a novel approach to learning and assessment and attempt to assist students with auto formative assessment.

And for the TEACHING & LEARNING area we also have:

Tips for learning resources are informal by nature. Have you checked the student recommended behaviors from your Faculty? Please check out our Tips for learning. Learning to learn skills or those skills subset of Graduate attributes, are highly valued at UTS. Please come and speak to one of our friendly staff in the MSSC to discover further ways of improving your scholarship while studying Mathematics subjects.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 January 2017 10:48  

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