Resources on the Internet  
Mathematics Sites


The Math Forum: 
Lots of materials organized by topic and level; discussion groups. Popular with teachers and students alike. http://www.mathforum.com 
CoolMath: 
Colorful and fun. http://www.coolmath.com/ 
S.O.S. Math: 
2500+ math pages, all levels. http://www.sosmath.com/ 
The Prime Pages: 
Accessible, plus contains some high level stuff, on a mathematics topic of enduring interest and relevance http://www.utm.edu/research/primes/ 
Encyclopedia of Polyhedra: 
George Hart’s growing collection of virtual polyhedra. Best viewed with a VRML plugin (see VRML below): http://www.georgehart.com/virtualpolyhedra/vp.html 
Computer Languages


Python: 
Increasingly considered a good first language yet remains popular with pros; active, helpful community http://www.python.org (free, Windows, Mac, Linux) 
PLT Scheme: 
lots of instructional materials from Rice University, TX http://www.pltscheme.org/ (free, Windows, Mac, Linux) 
Other Computer Resources


POVRay: 
High quality ray tracing software for developing exciting mathbased art. http://www.povray.org (free) 
VRML Pages: 
Another technology for studying geometry and doing graphic art. http://www.web3d.org/ 
Oregon TIPS: 
A resource for teachers which parents and students might use. http://www.oregontips.com/ (click browse button) 