Professor Emeritus John Olive has now retired!
EMAT 4550/6550 Fall 2012
This course is only available through eLearning Commons at UGA
You must have a UGA ID to access this course
The text for this course will soon be available from Cognella Publishers:
Essential 3D Geometry: Unravelling the Mathematical Wonders
Camou, B., Olive, J., Colucci, M. & Garcia, G.
EMAT 4550/6550 Fall 2011
(Solid Geometry with Bernardo Camou)
EMAT 8990 FYDS Seminar Fall 2011
EMAT 6990 Seminar Spring 2010
EMAT 8990 FYDS Seminar Spring 2010
3500 Fall 2009
EMAT 3500 Spring 2009
EMAT 3500 Fall 2008
EMAT 8990 FYDS Fall 2008
Children's Fractional Knowledge
Leslie P. Steffe and John Olive
Click here to dowload the Dedication, Acknowledgements, Preface and TOC
Mathematical Knowledge and Practices Resulting from Access to Digital Technologies
John Olive and Katie Makar
IDEAL Technologies for Mathematics Learning: Opportunities and Challenges
Keynote Paper for the first IDEAL conference held at Bayburt University
Bayburt, Turkey, July 4, 2012
Java versions of TIMA: Bars have been developed
with funding from the Eisenhower Higher Education program.
Educators are welcome to use JavaBars for testing, teaching or research purposes. No license is required.
This is the self-contained .jar file which requires that you have the latest Java Runtime environment installed on your computer.
The file that you download is Javabars5_3.jar. This is an update to the previous JavabarsEnglish.jar, which had some remnants of Turkish in the "Can't Join" error dialog box! This version should have all English labels and dialog boxes. Just replace the previous JavabarsEnglish.jar file with this one. Double clicking this file should launch Bars5_0.Pierre Sutherland (a doctoral student at UGA from South Africa) fixed the known REPEAT bug.
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Student Tasks from the TIMA Bars manual re-written for JavaBars. These activities were created for TIMA Bars by Professor Leslie P. Steffe and myself. Download the JavaBars_Task_All file by clicking here.
Dr. Barry Biddlecomb
programmed JavaBars. Please address any queries concerning
use of JavaBars to Dr. John Olive.