Wednesday, 24 January 2007 | 3 Comments
There are two search boxes in the right-hand column of this site. The first just searches this site. The second is much more interesting.
Called “Search other maths sites”, this search uses Google to find information in a small set of sites specified by me. Currently, there are 22 sites in the index, a mixture of general maths sites and blogs.
This search engine was created using a new service from Google called Google Coop.
This search engine is collaborative, so other people can add sites to the search. Just go to the homepage for the MathsClass search engine and click on “Volunteer to contribute to this search engine”.
So far, I’ve found searching a set of sites helpful. Let me know (leave a comment, or via the contact form) if there’s a good site I should add, or sign-up to collaborate on the search engine.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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