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For four years, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003, AMATYC sponsored a competition for AMATYC INPUT awards to highlight exemplary mathematics programs using technology that were revitalized in accordance with the Crossroads in Mathematics: Standards for Introductory College Mathematics Before Calculus. Support for the AMATYC INPUT Award was provided by a Central Michigan University grant funded by the Annenberg/CPB Project. The following are the award winners.
YearNameCollegeProject Title

Kathy Mowers

Darrell H. Abney
Dana T. Calland
Lillie R. F. Crowley

Owensboro Comm. & Tech College, KY
Maysville CC, KY
Maysville CC, KY
Lexington CC, KY
Reform Intermediate Algebra in a Community College System
2003Jesse Parete, Janet K. Cook,
Carol Gudorf
Edison CC, OHLearning to Learn Math: The TEAM Approach (Technologically Enhanced Active Mathematics)
2003Gina ReedGainesville College, GASynthesis through Service Learning in Statistics
2002Ellen FreedmanCamden County College, NJInternet Enhanced Algebra
2002Walter R Hunter and Roseanne HofmannMontgomery County Community College, PAJust in Time Algebra with Multimedia
2002Debra PoeseMontgomery College, MDICL Algebra: A Pilot Approach to Computer-Mediated Elementary Algebra
2002JoAnn Willimas, Deborah Benton, and Lisa HodgeWake Technical Community College, NCA New Approach to College Algebra and Brief Calculus for Students in the Associate of Arts Program of Study
2001Annie HanBorough of Manhattan Community College, NYIntegrating Mathlets into the Statistics Curriculum
2000Nkechi AgwuBorough of Manhattan Community College, NYUsing Threaded Discussion Web-based Software to Teach Statistics
2000Philip CheifetzNassau Community College, NYPre-calculus Partnership Program
2000Alan Jacobs and co-authorsScottsdale Community College, AZRethinking the Foundation: Maricopa Mathematics Modules

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