Calculus ala Carte
Students taking a calculus course can always benefit from some further practice, whether it be practice with the manipulative skills or practice exploring a concept visually. The following is a list of some websites that I have found helpful, including a brief commentary for each.
 Site 1 : A good place to look for help…at first panic and for review
 Site 2 :A wellrespected site with a lot of information about everything pertaining to calculus
 Site 3 :
Calculus tools (e.g. calculus calculators for seeing and doing and doing calculus)
 Site 4 :
Graphics to illustrate calculus concepts and processes, plus other fun experiments
 Site 5 :
Links…ideas…help….examples….and more links
 Site 6 :
An interesting title and twist on things…..with some helpful ideas and support
 Site 7 :
Exactly what it says….calculus lessons that can be explored at home…plus much more
 Site 8 :
Can be helpful on beginning ideas in calculus
 Site 9 :
Interesting title…and some interesting information
 Site 10 :
A source of exam questions…some good practice problems...plus more than fifty more links
 Site 11 :
Sample problems, tutorials, and connections to physics/sciences
 Site 12 :
For those having a hard time "seeing" the underlying concepts….this site might help
 Site 13 :
Need to some practice problems or insights?
 Site 14 :
UBC Course site that has some interesting and helpful "in class simulations"
 Site 15 :
One professor’s attempt to summarize difficult concepts in calculus
 Site 16 :
Tons of information about calculus…some you want to know, some you probably do not
 Site 17 :
Tutorials, problems, even the "Quadratic Formula" song
 Site 18 : Some helpful simulations and problems...the "I Will Survive" song
 Site 19 :
Free help on calculus questions……but may not be "your" students' questions
If you know of other web sites that are helpful, please send them to me so I can add them to this list. Thanks in advance.
