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MCS 303: Geometry: Websites

Choosing Sources

Choosing Sources

Tips on how to recognize reliable sources by evaluating them in terms of relevance, currency, audience, and credibility.

Recommended Websites

  • Your course webpage has a number useful links.
  • Take a peek at the library's Mathematics & Computer Science Research Guide
  • blog. This site was created by a Licensed 7-12 Math Teacher in 2015, and has now grown into a community of thousands of Geometry Teachers sharing lesson plans, resources, and ideas.
  • Geometry Labs United. Geometry Labs United works to promote research and public interest in geometry. At our member labs, undergraduate students work together with graduate students and professors on cutting-edge research topics.
  • Go Geometry blog. Online Geometry theorems, problems, solutions, and related topics for all levels.
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