Learn Math Anywhere | Department of Mathematics

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Learn Math Anywhere

This page is intended to help students enrolled in UNT mathematics classes during this extraordinary time when most face-to-face mathematics classes have been suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

University-wide resources

The UNT site learnanywhere.unt.edu helps students transition to online courses in temporary situations and includes resources on Canvas and Zoom.

Summer 2020

All summer 2020 math classes at UNT will be taught online. Our summer course schedule can be found on our courses and schedule page.

  • INET classes are fully online and do not have regularly scheduled meeting times.
  • Zoom classes are also fully online, but for these classes the instructor will be giving live lectures via Zoom at regularly scheduled times.

Fall 2020

Our fall 2020 schedule isavailable on our courses and schedule page.

  • Traditional in-person classes are listed with a specific classroom, for example GAB 511.
  • Classes listed as INET meet fully online with no regularly scheduled meetings and no in-person meetings.
  • Classes listed as Remote come in two basic types:
    • If no meeting time is listed, the remote section is what we are calling "asynchronous." It works much like an INET section in that it will not have regularly scheduled meeting times. Some of these sections may have in-person on-campus midterm exams. We hope to know which sections will have in-person midterms by the end of July.
    • If a meeting time is listed, the remote section meets at a regularly scheduled time via Zoom. Such sections are called "synchronous." You are expected to attend at these times. Some of these sections may have in-person on-campus midterm exams. We hope to know which sections will have in-person midterms by the end of July.

What do I need to learn math effectively remotely

In most instances, it would be ideal to have the following:

  • A quiet place to work and study
  • A reliable and fast internet connection; note that many providers are waiving data caps while the virus is active.
  • A computer screen that is not too small. Monitors for a desktop computer, laptops, and tablets should be fine. Cell phone screens might be too small to be practical. Note that Willis library has a limited number of laptops available for checkout.
  • A computer with a microphone.
  • If your instructor will be using Respondus Monitor for proctored exams, you may need a webcam. Note that many webcams have microphones built in. Many laptops have both microphones and webcams built in.
  • If your instructor will be using Zoom to proctor exams, you will need either a webcam OR a cell phone with a camera and the Zoom app installed.
  • If your course will continue to have more traditional paper homework, you will need some kind of scanner. This can be a cell phone with a camera and a good quality free scanner app; see below for some suggestions.

Advice for Scanning and Uploading Written Math Homework in Canvas

Recommended apps: Office Lens; CamScanner; Simple Scan (by Easy Inc.); Genius Scan

Advice for using these scanner apps:

  • Please do not take a picture, use one of the recommended apps above.
  • Lay on a flat surface and use a well lit area,
  • Always adjust your filter to black & white no matter which app you choose to use.
  • Use a pen or a very dark pencil.
  • Plain, lined and graph papers all work well as long as you use a pen or very dark pencil.
  • Convert your entire assignment to one PDF file (with mutiple pages if necessary) and upload one file into Canvas.

Online Tutoring & Other Online Help Resources

learningcenter.unt.edu/online-resources lets you make an appointment for Zoom tutoring through the Learning Center, including virtual tutoring from the Math Tutor Lab.

Laptop Checkout

Students can borrow laptops from Willis Library.

Virtual Computer Lab Access

There are several ways to remotely access some UNT computer labs, including access to specialized software, including things like Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab.

Willis Library Computer Lab

The Willis Library computer lab might be open even when the rest of the campus is closed. It would be wise to call first before coming to campus.

Need to talk with an advisor?

Advisors are prepared to work with students via e-mail or schedule virtual advising appointments via Zoom. E-mail <MathAdvising@unt.edu> to set up an advising appointment.

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