 Here
is the link for the library catalog http://library.vccs.edu/webpacbin/wgbroker?new+access+nvcclrc
You can perform a key word search for the
specific area of math that you need: algebra, calculus, trigonometry,
etc. Students can access the catalog from any location and they do
not have to log in. Students can have books owned by other campuses sent
to Loudoun using Intercampus Loan, the process
takes 23 days and is free. Students do need a NOVA student ID card to
check out materials.
MTH 120
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ELI video tapes
See the Video Index Binder in the Math Center
for a table of contents for these video lectures.
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Math anxiety web link:
www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/scidiv/math,
then click on Problem with Math Anxiety?
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Video tape: Improving Mathematics
Studying and Test Taking Skills
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Video tape: Math Study
Skills for Students
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MTH 151 and MTH 152
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Video tapes: for Mathematical Ideas
The tapes contain a short video lesson for each
section in the textbook.
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Digital Video Tutor: Mathematical
Ideas
This set of CDs contains the same video lessons
that are on the videotapes. Find the appropriate CD in the CD rack. Then
follow the instructions that are in the box with the CD.
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Video tape: CNN Today for the
Liberal Arts Mathematics
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Math anxiety web link:
www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/scidiv/math,
then click on Problem with Math Anxiety?
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Video tape: Improving Mathematics
Studying and Test Taking Skills
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Video tape: Math Study
Skills for Students
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MTH 163 and MTH 166
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Video tapes and DVDs: for Precalculus, A Graphing Approach
The tapes contain a short video lesson for each
section in the textbook.
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Interactive Precalculus
CD
You will need the CD in the computer to use this
software. Click on the Interactive Precalculus icon
the desktop of the computer in the Math Center. The material is linked to
your textbook and provides tutorials, guided examples and quizzes for each
section in the text.
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Interactive Trigonometry CD
You will need the CD in the computer to use this
software. Click on the Interactive Trigonometry icon the desktop of the
computer in the Math Center. The material is linked to a different textbook
than the one you use in class, but by looking at the table of contents you
should be able to find each topic from your textbook. It provides tutorials,
guided examples and quizzes for each section in the text.
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Thinkwell:
Precalculus
This set of CDs contains video lectures by a lively, entertaining teacher.
Check the Math Center Resource notebook for instructions on how to use the
CDs.
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Video tape: graphing calculators
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Math anxiety web link:
www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/scidiv/math,
then click on Problem with Math Anxiety?
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Video tape: Improving
Mathematics Studying and Test Taking Skills
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Video tape: Math Study Skills for
Students
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CD: Texas Instruments resource CD and
GraphLink
Use the CD labeled TI Resource CD and click on the desktop shortcut TI
Connect in the Math Center. You may then connect your calculator to the
Graphlink device coming out of the rear of the computer (silver cord) and
download applications from the TI web site to your calculator, backup programs
from your calculator to a disk, capture the screen image from your calculator
to a file on a disk, etc.
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MTH 173, MTH 174 and
MTH 277
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Video tapes: for Stewart's Calculus,
Early Transcendentals
Selected examples from each section of the text are explained.
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Interactive Video Skillbuilder
CD
This is the CD that comes with your textbook
(5th edition). Put the CD in the computer in the Math Center, click on
"Start", then "Run" then type the letter of the CD drive
(probably D: or E:). Click on the file labeled Start. The material is linked
directly to your text and contains video lessons and section quizzes for each
section and a test for each chapter.
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CD: Tools for Enriching Calculus
This is also linked to your text and contains homework hints, exercises and
interactive demonstrations for many of the concepts in the textbook
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DVD: for Calculus
This set contains video lectures for each section in
several calculus textbooks by Larson, Hostetler and Edwards. By looking at
the table of contents on the screen, you can probably find a lecture on any
topic from your text.
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CD: Interactive Calculus CD
The material is linked to Larson's Calculus, Early Transcendental
Functions textbook, but by looking at the table of contents on the
screen, you can probably find a lecture on any topic from your text. It
includes tutorials, guided examples and quizzes for each section in the table
of contents.
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CD: Calculus Learning Tools
The material is linked to Larson's Calculus,
Early Transcendental Functions textbook, but by looking at the table of
contents on the screen, you can probably find a lecture on any topic from
your text. It contains the tools to perform the open explorations that are in
most sections of the text. A copy of the text is available in the Math Center
for use in the Math Center only.
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Thinkwell:
Calculus I and Calculus II
This set of CDs contains video lectures by a lively,
entertaining teacher. Check the Math Center Resource notebook for
instructions on how to use the CDs.
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Video tapes: for the graphing
calculator
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Video tapes: ELI video tapes for Mth 174 and Mth 277
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Scientific Notebook:
This program is a combination word processor and computer algebra system.
Access it by clicking on the Scientific Notebook shortcut on the computer
desktop. Take a quick tour from the Help menu.
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Student edition of Derive:
Derive is a computer algebra system, allowing you to perform algebraic
manipulations, perform the calculus operations of derivatives, integrals,
etc. exactly the way you would do them by hand. The program runs from a
floppy disk and is accompanied by a manual.
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CD: Texas Instruments resource CD and
GraphLink
Use the CD labeled TI Resource CD and click on the desktop shortcut TI
Connect in the Math Center. You may then connect your calculator to the
Graphlink device coming out of the rear of the computer (silver cord) and
download applications from the TI web site to your calculator, backup
programs from your calculator to a disk, capture the screen image from your
calculator to a file on a disk, etc.
·
Math anxiety web link:
www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/scidiv/math,
then click on Problem with Math Anxiety?
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Video tape: Improving
Mathematics Studying and Test Taking Skills
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Video tape: Math Study Skills for
Students
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MTH 241 and MTH 242
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CD: for Statistics by WeissStats
This accompanies the textbook and contains data
sets, supplementary exercises and graphing calculator applications.
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Web site: for Statistics by WeissStats
www.aw.com/weiss
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DVD: Understandable Statistics
This set contains video lectures for each section in a different textbook
than the one you use in class. Use the table of contents to find the topic
you want.
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CD: StatPass
This set contains video lectures for each section in a different textbook
than the one you use in class. Use the table of contents to find the topic
you want.
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Digital Video Tutor for Elementary
Statistics
This set of CDs contains video lessons that accompany the book Elementary
Statistics by Triola, which is available for
use in the Math Center.
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MTH 271
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Video tapes: for the graphing
calculator
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Video tapes: Applied Calculus, by
Larson
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Math anxiety web link:
www.nvcc.edu/loudoun/scidiv/math,
then click on Problem with Math Anxiety?
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Video tape: Improving
Mathematics Studying and Test Taking Skills
·
Video tape: Math Study Skills for
Students
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CD:Texas Instruments
resource CD and GraphLink
Use the CD labeled TI Resource CD and click on the desktop shortcut TI
Connect in the Math Center. You may then connect your calculator to the
Graphlink device coming out of the rear of the computer (silver cord) and
download applications from the TI web site to your calculator, backup
programs from your calculator to a disk, capture the screen image from your
calculator to a file on a disk, etc.
