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Helpful Links for Teaching Calculus

Here is a list of helpful links that I compiled while teaching from “Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions,” 5th Ed. by Larson, Hostetler, and Edwards last summer.  These aren’t necessarily textbook specific, either.  Honestly, although it was just last summer, I was sort of still back in the dark ages and hadn’t yet made the jump into technology that I needed to.  But I can’t say that having these resources upfront wouldn’t help students.  Enjoy them, as I don’t post too much calculus stuff on here!

  1. Link to publisher’s website, click on “General Resources”.
  2. Link to Calculus Math Articles (I had students do article reviews for extra credit).
  4. Helpful Calculus Website (
  5. MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive, everything you would want to know about almost any mathematician.
  6. Quick-and-Dirty Guide to the TI-83, TI-83+, TI-84, and TI-84+.
  7. FREE Calculus Videos, I approve these videos.  I think this guy is high quality.
  8. More FREE Calculus Videos, I also approve these videos.
  9. Link to website on Using Summation on Calculator.
  10. Wolfram Mathematica Online Integrator.
  11. Video Calculus at University of Houston.
By Jon Oaks

College Math Instructor. Tech Enthusiast. Visionary. Creative Genius. But above all, I enjoy what I do. That is why I am a teacher. Because I like to teach.

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