PLEASE LINK TO MY NEW WEBASITE
Math 1C for Fall quarter 2014 will be maintained on Catalyst
(passworded closed site for registered students only)
and some resources will be made available at the URL above.
Math 10 and Math 1A: any resources posted on my Math 1A and Math 10 websites here will be migrated to the new URL during the remainder of 2014. Only some of my resources are available on these sites; my students primarily access materials through Catalyst. I am not teaching Math 10 or Math 1A in fall 2014, so all resources posted are from previous academic years.
Welcome to the website for Roberta Bloom's
mathematics classes at De Anza College
email is preferred
12:15 - 1:00 pm Monday/Wednesday for Fall 2014
Math Department/Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering Division
Phone 408-864-8800 or 408-864-8774
Division Website http://nebula.deanza.edu/PSME_Division/PSME.html
Fall Quarter 2014 Classes:
Math 1C Calculus 3rd quarter
Differential and integral calculus for parametric curves and polar curves in 2 dimensions; sequences and series and Taylor series; vectors, lines and planes in 3 dimensional space; calculus of vector valued functions.
2 days a week: Monday and Wednesday 1:30 - 3:45 pm
Primary website for all my courses is on Catalyst https://catalyst.deanza.edu/
Accessible only by enrolled students during the appropriate quarter using student ID and password.
De Anza Math Science Tutorial Center Room S43:
Free Math and Statistics Tutoring
De Anza Reading and Writing Center Room AT309:
free help with writing and editing
On-Campus Computer and Internet Resources
I often post information and useful resources for my classes on this website.
Computers and internet access are available on campus; home access to the internet
is not required.
For information about on-campus access to computers and the internet through the
Learning Center and Media Lab visit the sites listed below:
Counseling and Academic Advising
Great resource when you want to understand your math requirements for graduation or transfer, or what math is required for your major.