Saturday, October 17, 2009

New details about first-ever Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day announced

I mentioned this web site the other day and low and behold I got an email about a live demonstration coming up. Here is a copy of the email. MJ

Excitement is building as we count down to our first-ever
Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day, a live interactive web event starting
at noon CDT on Wednesday, October 21, 2009.

This event is dedicated to showing how Wolfram|Alpha, a
groundbreaking free website, is a powerful new discovery and
learning tool for students, parents, and educators.

We are proud to announce today some of the highlights we have
planned for Homework Day, including:
* Several interactive segments where Stephen Wolfram and the
Wolfram|Alpha Team help you tackle tough homework problems
* Step-by-step tutorials for educators by educators demonstrating
how to integrate Wolfram|Alpha into the classroom
* Vibrant panel discussions about Wolfram|Alpha and the future of
education
* And lots more

More details about Homework Day and how you can participate are
available on the Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day home page:
http://homeworkday.com

We hope you will check out the site and save the date for
Wolfram|Alpha Homework Day on Wednesday, October 21, 2009.

Best regards,


The Wolfram|Alpha Team

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