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Title: I2Geo: a Web-Library of Interactive Geometry (English)
Author: Libbrecht, Paul
Author: Kortenkamp, Ulrich
Author: Mercat, Christian
Language: English
Journal: Towards a Digital Mathematics Library. Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada, July 8-9th, 2009
Issue: 2009
Pages: 95-106
Category: math
Summary: This paper describes I2Geo, the platform of the Intergeo project enabling math educators throughout Europe to publicly share interactive geometry constructions. This cross-cultural web-based platform makes each resource, be it a construction, a scenario of use, or a complete course, referenceable, editable, and reviewable. It is based on reusable tools, a fine grained ontology of mathematical concepts and skills, together with a description of educational pathways in Europe: together they allow cross-cultural searches. Following the patterns of open educational resources, anyone may participate and contribute, either by commenting, by adding constructions, or by reviewing the quality of a resource. We describe the current platform’s facilities and the technical foundation that are used and will be used for upcoming features as well as the challenges they solve which are quite common to the broader digital mathematical libraries. (English)
Keyword: digital library of Interactive Geometry
MSC: 68U10
MSC: 68U15
idZBL: Zbl 1176.68223
Date available: 2011-07-18T09:36:44Z
Last updated: 2012-08-27
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