Ruch, D. Using Primary Source Projects to Learn Real Analysis, with Investigations from Cauchy and Abel, May 23-26, 2018, Miskolc, Hungary.

Ruch, D. Euler's Rediscovery of e: A Mini-Primary Source Project for Introductory Analysis Students, Convergence (May 2018)

Barnett, J. H. Generating Pythagorean Triples: A Mini-Primary Source Project in Number Theory for Mathematics Majors, Elementary Teachers and Others, Convergence (November 2017)

Lodder, J. A General Education Course from Primary Historical Sources,The Newsletter of the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications, , 113, ISSN 0889-5392, (2017), pp. 5--11.

Scoville, N. Connecting Connectedness: A Mini-Primary Source Project for Topology Students, Convergence (October 2017)

Klyve, D. The Derivatives of the Sine and Cosine Functions: A Mini-Primary Source Project for Calculus I Students, Convergence (June 2017)

Barnett, J. H. Why be so Critical? Nineteenth Century Mathematics and the Origins of Analysis: A Mini-Primary Source Project for Introductory Analysis Students, Convergence (August 2017)

Barnett, J. H., Clark K., Klyve, D., Lodder, J., Otero, D.,Scoville, N., White, D. A Series of Mini-projects from TRIUMPHS: TRansforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources, Convergence (June 2017)

Lodder, J. (accepted) Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Graph Theory and Spanning Trees,Mathematics, Education and History: Towards a Harmonious Partnership, ICME-13 monographs, C. Tzanakis et. al. editors, Springer Verlag, Berlin

Clark, K., Otero, D., & Scoville, N. A. (accepted) Primary source projects in an undergraduate mathematics classroom: A pilot case in a topology course, Presented at The Tenth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME-10), Dublin, Ireland.

Barnett, J.H. Monsters in the classroom: Learning analysis through the works of Gaston Darboux, Conference Proceedings of the 2016 International Study Group on the History and Pedagogy of Mathematics Quadrennial Meeting, Montpellier France, pp. 189 300.

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