Welcome to Project WELCOME site...
Launched in May, 2000, with the support of an NSF grant, Project WELCOME is a new part of the MAA SUMMA Program. WELCOME brings together elements of three MAA program themes: academic technology, professional development, and promoting involvement of historically under-represented groups.

This project is funded to create a library collection of "interactive mathematical explorations" (this web site) to support a suite of undergraduate courses in mathematics. Each exploration consists of organized sequences of simulations, "quantitative/qualitative laboratory" experiments, lessons, and/or open-ended exercises tied to the conceptual themes of the targeted course.

These explorations are created in MathwrightWeb Author and read either online within the browser (applet mode) using Mathwrightweb Activex Control or offline using Mathwright32 Player. However,
in order to view the interactive explorations, you must be running Microsoft Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP and using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later.

Get started by setting up your personal computer to play the interactive explorations. The details are under the menu item "Start Here" on the left.




For questions or comments, contact Samad Mortabitor James White.
Last updated on June 6, 2003