Hello Mathematicians! I am finishing up an extended 2 week spring break and am ready to get back to class. However, the rest of the semester all face to face class meetings have been changed to online meetings. I am sad I won’t be able to see all my students in class, but it will be nice to incorporate more of an online presence into my classes. In order to facilitate this I wanted to provide you with links and information about how you can join my classes. Even if you aren’t a student, you are welcome to join the streams and learn mathematics!
Instead of in person meetings, I will now be streaming my classes on YouTube. Class times will be the same as they were prior to the change, we will just have a new venue. Click here to see my schedule.
My YouTube channel is here. During the live stream, you can join the chat on YouTube, but you can also join voice chat through the Discord Channel I set up. Follow this invite to join the channel. If you plan on attending class, make sure to subscribe to the channel and turn on the notifications so that you will be informed when class starts.
I will be hosting a practice of the lecture process on Monday, March 23 at 11:00 AM. Please join me so that we can work out any issues that arise before we get into official classes.
Outside of class, if you are looking for help or something to do, feel free to join the discord server and ask questions. As long as I’m on, I’m happy to answer questions.
While I won’t always be available, I plan on being on the server whenever I’m on the computer. In particular, I’ll be spending time on the computer playing games, so I will be streaming these on twitch while I play. You are welcome to follow me there and talk about games or math, I’m always up to talk about both. I’ve been playing Magic the Gathering lately, but if you have other suggestions, I’m willing to listen.
If you’re looking for something else to do, you can also check the educational games I have up on the website.
I look forward to be able to safely finish the semester with all of you. I sincerely hope everyone stays healthy and safe during this pandemic. However, I am happy that we will be able to continue classes so that we can learn more mathematics together. During this time, I hope we can all work together to reach the best possible outcome!