# Useful links

You may find these links to other web-based resources useful:

**sigma** Network for excellence in mathematics and statistics support promotes the provision of cross-university mathematics and statistics support though regional hubs, developmental activities for staff and professional mentoring.

National Numeracy Challenge - a practical project to improve adult numeracy which includes Challenge Online, a free adaptive, confidential and interactive learning tool.

UEA Interactive Mathematics and Statistics Resources - A series of resources for numeracy, algebra, trigonometry, calculus and statistics accessible via Prezi mindmaps developed by the Learning Enhancement Team at the University of east Anglia.

**maths** careers with information and resources showing a wide range of opportunities for careers in mathematics for students from school to graduates, careers advisors and teachers.

**stats**tutor statistics support materials, free of charge, to students, lecturers and everyone looking for post-16 statistics help.

**math**tutor video tutorials, with diagnostics, summary text and exercises, take you through more than eighty topics in the way you choose.

Bite-size History of Mathematics Free pdfs and accompanying podcasts by Noel-Ann Bradshaw, Tony Mann and Mark McCartney, which aim to give students some of the history which lies behind a selection of the famous names and equations in mathematics.

MacTutor History of Mathematics archive An extensive and searchable archive covering famous people and concepts, as well as describing the development of mathematics in various cultures.

Mathematics for Engineers Mathematics for Engineers Made Easy - an invaluable record of mathematical notes which have proved useful to retired engineer John Pooler and which he has kindly made available to anyone who might find them useful.

The University of Texas - Physics & Mechanics Resources Some very helpful resources on mechanics and physics related topics generously provided courtesy of Richard Fitzpatrick, Professor of Physics at The University of Texas at Austin.

THE METAL PROJECT: Mathematics Resources for Students of Economics METAL (Mathematics for Economics: enhancing Teaching and Learning) provides lecturers and students with a selection of free learning resources designed to engage Level 1 students more fully and enthusiastically in mathematics for economics.

Brunel University - Study Skills Online A student study guide containing useful tips for surviving your time at university - time management, revision etc.

Learn Higher - Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Offers support to students who are struggling with the mathematical and statistical components of their degree programme. It includes links to many other resources.

Passing Calculations Tests for Nursing Students - This book authored by Susan Stakings and Larry Krause, South Bank University, helps new nursing students succeed first time in medicines calculations tests through clear step-by-step explanations and lively examples.

Incompetech - Free Online Graph Paper - This site provides downloadable PDF graph paper in configuarble sizes and colours as well as dotted-paper in square, triangle and hexagonal layouts.

Print Free Graph Paper - download and print PDF files for various different types of graph paper.

Sound Mathematics which contains free mathematics resources for STEM subjects for college students and their lecturers. These resources are provided by Larissa Fradkin, Emerita Professor of London South Bank University.

BOOKBOON.COM Offers free downloadable textbooks for students in a variety of topic areas including mathematics and statistics.