Newsletter on Proof
The Newsletter on Proof is published every other month and is dedicated to the theme of the teaching and learning of proof in mathematics. This newsletter mainly contains bibliographical information, not only references to new material, but also old references as pointed out by readers and which do not appear in the bibliographical portion of the site. Also announced are events, conferences, seminars and workshops devoted to the theme of proof in mathematics or having sessions on this theme. At the time of each issue a text in three languages (French, English and Castilian) presents a position, a summary or a result on some aspect of the teaching or the learning of proof. Readers are invited to respond with their reactions or commentaries, which will then be published in the following newsletters.
The editor is Maria Alessandra Mariotti (UniversitÓ di Pisa, firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Philosophy of Mathematics Education
The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal (PoME - formerly the Philosophy of Mathematics Education Newsletter) is edited by Paul Ernest (University of Exeter, P.Ernest@ex.ac.uk) and appears approximately once a year. It is accessible on the web at
TechKnowLogia is an international online journal that provides policy makers, strategists, practitioners and technologists at the local, national and global levels with a forum to explore the role of different information technologies in the development of human and knowledge capital, to share policies, strategies and experiences and to exchange information about resources, knowledge networks and centers of expertise. It is published by Knowledge Enterprise, Inc., in editorial collaboration with UNESCO and OECD. The journal can be accessed free at the address
The March/April 2001 issue will be devoted to the theme "Technology for Science and Mathematics Education". This special issue of 22 articles discusses the potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to enhance the teaching of science and math and new trends in this area and describes relevant technologies of today and tomorrow. It also provides a synopsis on web-based simulations and introduces a wide spectrum of science and math web sites. Six case studies are presented from around the world on how ICTs are being implemented in science and math education.