- AMSP Website
- AMSP Mathemoodle
- AMSP Website Notes
- Sounding Board
- Activity Record
- Notebook Cover
- Tentative Topics and Materials
- Topics Covered in Versailles
- Mathematics and Mathematics Education
- National and State School Mathematics Standards

- NCTM: The Technology Principle
- Special Interest Group of the MAA on the use of the World-Wide Web in mathematics instruction
- Technology in Math Education -- The Math Forum
- Technology Meets Math Education: Envisioning a Practical Future -- American Institutes for Research
- The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education
- TERC
- Mathematics Education Resources on the Internet -- ISTL
- Teaching Mathematics with Technology -- Chuck Thompson -- University of Louisville

- Quick summary of some software and websites
- Peanut Software Homepage
- Maxima -- A free computer algebra system
- POV-Ray Website
- National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
- Texas Instruments -- Educational Portal
- Gallery Maths Online
- Lesson Plans -- ARSI
- FractaSketch (for the Macintosh) -- UCL
- Mathematics Help Central -- Includes links to graph paper
- Manipula Math Applets Collections
- Mathematics Education and Outreach Resources
- Shodor Educational Foundation
- Google Earth
- Google SketchUp
- LDraw is an open standard for LEGO CAD programs that allow the user to create virtual LEGO models and scenes. You can use it to document models you have physically built, creating building instructions just like LEGO, render 3D photo realistic images of your vitual models and even make animations.

- Webquests
- TI Calculators
- Wingeom
- Wingeom Tutorial from Peanut Software Website
- Wingeom Tutorial by Erin Militzer
- Geometry Investigations with Wingeom -- Rex Boggs
- Wingeom Examples -- Meighan I. Dillon
- Geometry Manual with some Wingeom Activities -- David Henson
- Geometry Workshop Resources Including Some Wingeom Examples -- Carl Lee
- Geometry Course Resources Including Some Wingeom Examples (See Course Notes) -- Carl Lee
- Supporting Cables with Wingeom -- Jennifer Eli and Lori Powell
- Using Wingeom to Make Graphs -- Lori Powell
- Constructing Buildings with Wingeom
- Making nets and slicing cubes
- Folding Nets with Wingeom -- the following are 3d Wingeom files that you must download and open within the Wingeom 3d window

- Winplot
- Winstats
- Cabri
- POV-Ray
- Constructing Buildings with POV-Ray
- Constructing Simple Shapes with POV-Ray
- Constructing Other Shapes with POV-Ray
- Geometry Workshop Resources Including Some POV-Ray Examples -- Carl Lee
- Geometry Course Resources Including Some POV-Ray Examples (See Course Notes) -- Carl Lee
- Visualizing Mathematics Course Including POV-Ray Examples -- Carl Lee

- Maxima
- CBR Activities from Vivian Cyrus: Here are copies of two CBR activities I have used with high school students. The second one is rolling up a ramp. The Match the graph activity is in the CBR workbook that comes with the CBR and there are other activities in there as well such as a bouncing ball activity. The EasyData program that is used with these activities is on our TI-84 Calculators as an APPS.
- Spreadsheets
- Probability Tree for Disease Detection
- Probability Tree for the Three Door (or "Monty Hall") Problem
- Spreadsheet Resources
- Microsoft Excel Modules
- Mathtools
- Microsoft Excel Resources for Mathematics and the Sciences
- Running Simulations using Microsoft Excel -- Michael Dobranski
- Congress and Pizza -- Michael Dobranski

- Other Materials
- Directions for Congress and Pizzas -- including directions for scatterplots
- Data for Congress and Pizzas
- Directions for Sampling Rectangles -- including histograms and boxplots
- DASL -- The Data and Story Library
- Making Microsoft Word Math Teacher Friendly -- Lori Powell
- Capturing Screens from the Computer -- Jennifer Eli

- Other resources collected/developed by Erin Militzer