Resources for GeoGebra

Video transcript of our presentation |
http://www.jcu.edu/math/ICTCM2010/video/video.html | Depending on your screen resolution, you may have to scroll down to see the video controls at the bottom of the window. |

Our ICTCM Conference paper |
http://www.jcu.edu/math/ICTCM2010/paper.pdf | The paper includes step-by-step instructions for creating demos for the graph of the definite integral function, Riemann sums, and the catenary exploration. |

Where to get GeoGebra |
http://www.geogebra.org | From this site you can also obtain the official GeoGebra Help Manual. We recommend that you use the "Web Start" method to download GeoGebra, as it will automatically update with future releases. |

How to learn more about GeoGebra |
http://www.maa.org/prep/ | The Mathematical Association of America sponsors "PREP" (Professional Enhancement Program) workshops. We learned most of what we know about GeoGebra by taking the 5-day online, real-time workshop on GeoGebra offered through PREP. Note: You will learn the most from this workshop if you have experimented with GeoGebra on your own at least a bit. |

GeoGebra Users' Forum |
http://www.geogebra.org/forum/ | Thousands of questions that have been asked and answered by others. Subscribe (for free, of course) and you can post your own questions! |

GeoGebra Wiki |
http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Main_Page | A free pool of teaching materials for GeoGebra. (Caution: Anyone can contribute materials to the wiki.) |

Experiment with the GeoGebra files we used to create
the applets in our talk |
http://www.jcu.edu/math/ICTCM2010/PresentationFiles.zip | Unzip the archive to a convenient location, and then open the files using GeoGebra. (Of course, you must first install GeoGebra on your computer.) |