Hi everyone,

Going to get the ball rolling and start some sharing! A lot of what I have is publicly available. You can find this content on:

https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~cbruni/

If youâ€™re looking for some calculus content, check out the UBC pages on Math 103 (Integral calculus) or Math 101. The syllabus for Math 103 might be most useful (It has a Github repositoryâ€¦ arguably this wasnâ€™t the best way to post it; it has learning goals and sample problems galore). For Math 210 (Mathematical Computing) youâ€™re probably better to ask Patrick Walls whoâ€™s done a fantastic job with the revamping of that course. (For the record Iâ€™m thrilled that heâ€™s still using Python in the course!)

If youâ€™re looking for a huge open bank of problems with hints and solutions, check out this wiki:

http://wiki.ubc.ca/Science:Math_Exam_Resources

Itâ€™s a completely free resource that is currently being farmed by graduate students who are maintaining everything and was initiated when I was a graduate student. There are 3500+ total problems thus far! Plus itâ€™s a wiki with a really normal naming scheme so someone with a bit of Python background could surely extract the text to get LaTeX code if one wanted. (I know someone who has done this!)

For proofs (we run a Introduction Proofs class with a number theory spin), check out Math 135. You could easily make a flipped class based on everything on here:

https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~cbruni/Math135Resources/index.php

Weâ€™ve also revamped the textbook and Iâ€™ll be updating the version thatâ€™s on the site within the next week. Itâ€™s been an incredible project with several tenured professors and lecturers working together to help this book project.

Some other videos and content on there:

CS116 â€“ Some videos on Python with some resources

CS136 â€“ C programming course for first year students

CS137 â€“ C programming course for 1A Software Engineering students (I have clicker questions here not posted). Here I have a lot of content (notes, etc.)

CS245 â€“ CS Logic course (Iâ€™ll be updating this this term)

CO480 â€“ History of mathematics. I taught this as a history of number theory class. I was disappointed by textbooks so I tried to summarize many of the resources I found in those notes.

I should mention none of the above contain any assessments. As much as I love open education I do believe in monetizing accreditation. However, Iâ€™m really happy to share any assessments I can share (For example, for CS137, I have 50 or so clicker questions for a C programming course that Iâ€™m happy to send via email). It would be great if some day we could upload these documents here for interested people (maybe we can already?)

Also, I havenâ€™t posted these on Youtube and Iâ€™m not fond of doing so. I donâ€™t want advertisements on here (I want this content to be as free as possible, costing only my time and server space). In the word of Gary Au: â€śSteal it forward!â€ť (Just keep it free!)

Emails welcomed! Any suggestions comments or similar resources would be awesome to share!

Also, on behalf of Barbara and Brian Forrest,

Math 137 Calculus 1 course notes/lectures are available at

http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/~baforres/UCM137/Lectures/BarbsM137Lectures.html

Math 138 CalculusÂ 2 course notes/lectures are available at

http://www.math.uwaterloo.ca/~baforres/UCM138/Lectures/BarbsM138Lectures.html

UWaterloo also has:

â€“ linear algebra lectures atÂ open.math.uwaterloo.ca

â€“ high school related content atÂ https://courseware.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/

Thanks all! It was a pleasure meeting everyone and Iâ€™m so excited to finally have a great place like this to share ideas and to communicate with one of the best communities in mathematics!

-Carmen