Links and Pictures
Today we will learn about how I created
Dr. Sarah's Test page
from Microsoft Word 98.
Notice that this page has 2 pictures and 2 web links which work.
Suggestions for Web Project
Start accumulating a list of interesting web page addresses
and your comments about them (ie is info correct, what is special
about this web page,...)
Start accumulating web page addresses of people related to the woman
mathematician (ie advisors, collaborators, students...) and keep track of
the relationships. You may wish to search the genealogy web page
from "Searching for Women Mathematicians" off of the class highlights
Start a list of all of the mathematical works - you may copy
text and paste into word instead of typing it all out.
Think about how you want to your web project formated. Most
likely, you will want a main page consisting of a picture, the name
of the mathematician, and a brief info section (
i.e. Hypatia, who lived
from 370?-415 is the first woman mathematician of whom we have any biographical
knowledge and knowledge of her work handed down to us)
followed by a list of links to other pages.
Some suggested links
Summary of Her Life and Work
An Aspect of her math (ie name the area)
Important influences and advisors in her life
References containing info (and your critique of these references)
I encourage you to be creative! I am happy to help you with your