Using Modules in Teaching Complex Analysis
Educational modules can play an important part in revitalizing the teaching and learning of complex analysis. At the Westmont College workshop on the subject in June 2014, time was spent generating ideas and creating structures for module proposals. Sharing some of those ideas and giving a few example modules is the main purpose of this paper. The author has started to construct Mathematica-based educational modules for complex analysis, one of which is available in the online repository of supplemental materials for this article. The author has also begun work on a website called The Complex Moduli Project to make modules in complex analysis available worldwide, and invites others to join him in this endeavor.
Mathematics and Computer Science
PRIMUS Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies
Kinney, William M., "Using Modules in Teaching Complex Analysis" (2017). Math and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 1.
Original publication with supplemental files at PRIMUS https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10511970.2016.1249321
Copy of article available through author's ResearchGate profile.