This page includes links to resources that have been developed to help students with maths at university. These resources include paper based materials, videos and interactive resources. You can use any of these for free to help you practise your skills in mathematics.
External on-line maths resources:
|Mathcentre||A website written by maths teachers providing post-16 maths help via: quick reference guides, practice and revision materials, video tutorials, workbooks and online practice exercises on many branches of mathematics, including:|
Algebra, Arithmetic, Complex Numbers, Differentiation, Drug dose calculations, Finance, Functions and Graphs, Geometry, Graphs for health sciences, Guides & Case Studies, Integration, Matrices, Mechanics, Numeracy Skills, Sequences & Series, Statistics, Trigonometry and Vectors.
|HELM ||This site contains a wide range of short videos that link in with the HELM Booklets. Although aimed at Engineers the material is still relevant and useful for non-engineers.|
|Interactive Mathematics||This is a database of interactive PDF files.|
Topics are split into small chunks which makes it an ideal resource for you to use independently as self-study material. There are many examples and questions for you to work through.
|Mathematics Hyper-Tutorials ||This is another database of interactive PDF files. The functionality is similar to the Interactive Mathematics database but more advanced calculus topics are covered.|
|Learnhigher Work booklets|
These work booklets have been developed by LearnHigher CETL and used at Brunel University. The booklets follow a similar format: you firstly look over some theory and then there are some examples to go through. Each subsection ends with some practice questions to ensure that you have understood the theory and can apply it. Full solutions to all questions are provided at the end of each booklet:
|Discover Maths for Chemists||This is a new website for chemists sponsored by The Royal Society of Chemistry.|
|Algebrahelp||A collection of lessons, calculators, and worksheets created to assist students and teachers of algebra.|
| Lesson Tutor||Lessons with examples and exercises to teach yourself basic algebra.|
The links and site descriptions on this page have been taken from the Numeracy, Maths and Statistics section of the LearnHigher CETL website.