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Freely available, open access learning materials created by PSU faculty.2021-10-22T20:17:25ZReal analysis with empty boxes
https://summit.plymouth.edu/handle/20.500.12774/385
Real analysis with empty boxes
Wright, Justin
This work is intended for use in a first-semester undergraduate course in real analysis that is being taught using an IBL or active-learning pedagogy. It provides the framework of a textbook that students can complete over the course of the semester by providing examples, proving theorems, or at least justifying the steps of more challenging proofs. If students are familiar with LaTeX, the can complete the work as a textbook by editing the provided files. After reviewing typical concepts from set theory and properties of the real numbers in the first chapter, the text goes on to cover sequences and their limits, limits of functions with uncountable domains, limits and continuity of functions, and a general overview of norms is provided.
2021-01-01T00:00:00ZWriting mathematical proofs
https://summit.plymouth.edu/handle/20.500.12774/381
Writing mathematical proofs
Wright, Justin
This text is intended to serve as an IBL style workbook to be used in an undergraduate introductory proof writing course. It covers direct, contrapositive, contradiction, biconditional, existence, uniqueness, induction, and set equality proofs while also covering fundamental topics from number theory, elementary real analysis, functions, and sets with infinite cardinality. It is assumed that the audience has attained a degree of mathematical maturity and has had some exposure to sets and logic, but knowledge of calculus or linear algebra is not required.
2020-01-01T00:00:00ZHealth promotion, planning, and evaluation
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Health promotion, planning, and evaluation
McCahan, Barbara
This collection contains six health program plans on a variety of topics including nutrition, alcohol, and posture. The content is intended for use by health educators, and the target audience of the materials varies from teens to older adults. Each program plan has a rationale, mission, theoretical basis, overview, objectives, interventions, logic model, evaluation matrix, and bibliography. This material was developed by Plymouth State University students as a part of their coursework for Program Planning, in spring 2017 with Dr. Barbara McCahan.
2017-01-01T00:00:00ZSoftware engineering lecture notes (student version)
https://summit.plymouth.edu/handle/20.500.12774/194
Software engineering lecture notes (student version)
Burke, Kyle
Lecture notes for an upper-level undergraduate software engineering course, with a strong focus on software design. Students taking this course should have already completed a data structures course. These notes are designed to be used with Dale Skrienâ€™s text Object Oriented Design using Java.
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