Many of my online materials are now either in the College's OAKS LMS or at my CofC blog https://blogs.cofc.edu/lemesurierb/.

This spring I am teaching

- MATH 220
*Calculus 2*(Section 3), Monday, Wednesday and Friday from noon to 12:50 pm, and Thursday 12:15–1:30 pm; syllabus in PDF and as a website; class notes website and PDF. - MATH 116
*Calculus for Business and Social Sciences*(Section 4), Tuesday and Thursday 9:25–10:40 pm; here is the syllabus.

For MATH 220 I am using free materials: the open source text Calculus 2 from OpenStax plus my notes.

For MATH 116 I am using material from Hawkes Learning: the book Essential Calculus (2nd edition) by Franklin Wright, Spencer Hurd and Bill New, and the associated online system for homework and tests.

I made a presentation on the PreTeXt system that I use to produce many of my class notes these days, and my material for that is here in folder tltcon22-pretext. I have been revising it, adding more templates and such; since then I have added a section on inserting examples, exercises and solutions, one on adding interactive mathematics to the website output using SageMath, and the PreTeXt source for all of this at https://lemesurierb.people.cofc.edu/tltcon22-pretext/TLTCon22-PreTeXt-source.zip.

I am working on preparing or gathering free materials for course that I often teach, mostly using either the PreTeXt or Jupyter Book authoring systems, each of which can produce both HTML web-site and printable PDF versions.

In addition to the outside resources mentioned above for MATH 220, the ones I am involved with authoring myself are:

- Notes for Math 220, Calculus 2, updates April 10, 2023 (produced with PreTeXt), as a website and as PDF.
- Notes for Math 120, Introductory Calculus from Spring 2021 (also produced with PreTeXt), as a website and as PDF.
- Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis with Python (draft);
a Jupyter Book website for MATH 245
*Numerical Methods and Mathematical Computing*. This is a work-in-progress, as it is being expanded to also cover the topics in MATH 445 and 545,*Numerical Analysis*. It contains a tutorial on Python, based on the next item. - Python for Scientific Computing;
another Jupyter Book,
developed for the course MATH 246
*Mathematical Computing and Programming Laboratory*, which is corequisite for MATH 245. - Introduction to Numerical Methods and Analysis with Julia (draft); A sibling of the above Python version, using instead the relatively new Julia programming language, which is designed for one thing to mimic Matlab syntax where that does not get in the way of modern improvements. This contains a brief introduction to Julia, assuming some familiarity with either Matlab or Python. It is also avaiable as PDF, but that is a bit rougher.

For everything else, see:

- my CofC blog https://blogs.cofc.edu/lemesurierb/,
- my page on the math department site,
- and for students enrolled in courses with me, OAKS.

Disclaimer *Don't trust anything you read on the internet, including this* — Douglas Adams (maybe).

Brenton leMesurier

Room 344, Robert Scott Small Building (Building 23 on the campus map)

Department of Mathematics, College of Charleston

Phone messages 843-953-5730, FAX -1410.

https://blogs.cofc.edu/lemesurierb/