During Academic Years 20022004, NSF funded a project at SPSU that was designed to test the effectiveness of a socalled blended delivery of core mathematics courses. This was an attempt to mix traditional lecture format with Webbased materials, software, calculator usage, and collaboration among students in class. Some materials we used are linked here.
This list continues to evolve as long as I use Webbased materials in my classes.
Updated 27 September 2011
Calculus
I and II
Calculus Graphics (Penn State) 
Counterexamples
in Calculus (Texas A&M) 
The Integrator
(Wolfram) 

Calculus
III & Vector Analysis
Multivariable Calculus
Readings with interactive visualization tools, University of Minnesota 

Counterexamples
in Calculus (Texas A&M) 

Differential
Equations
WinPlot
(downloadable graphing utility) 


Probability
& Statistics
Geometry
Euclid's
Elements (Interactive, online text) 
KSEG
(free, downloadable software for Euclidean constructions) 
Hilbert's
Foundations of Geometry (full text in various downloadable formats) 
GeoGebra
(free, downloadable software for Euclidean and analytic constructions;
page links to Applets for use with software) 
Linear
Algebra
Downloadable
Power Point Demos (SPSU,
various courses) 

KSEG (geometric constructions) 

GeoGebra (free,
downloadable software for Euclidean and analytic constructions; page
links to Applets for use with software) 

Other
Stuff
Cool
Picture (Hopf fibration) 

Moebius
Transformations Revealed (big file) or Smaller File 
Dillon
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