The content on this webpage is meant as a study tool for students in CEGEP math courses, and was created by Charles Fortin & Gabriel Indurskis, members of the Champlain College St-Lambert math department. The creation of this site as well as the production of some of the videos referenced in the articles was made possible by several EESH grants (fall & winter 2017/2018, and winter 2019), for which the authors are very grateful.
What can you find here?For each topic typically taught in a CEGEP course, you can find an overview page (sometimes called a "daily prep" article) giving detailed instructions on how to make the most of your learning for the topic. In particular, you will find carefully selected embedded YouTube videos (some of which have been created right here at the college) and links to interactive applets which you can watch/peruse at your own leisure to help you understand the material better. Note: all linked content is owned by their respective creators, and inclusion on this website is assumed to be fair use for educational purposes.
The order and presentation of the topics use an "Active Learning" approach (meaning in particular that you should prepare for each topic before your teacher has even discussed it with you) - but you should be able to use this material no matter which textbook or teaching approach your instructor is using for your class.
How to use this websiteIf this is your first time here, you should start with the General Study Tips article, or by clicking on the name of the course to get a list of all related articles (see the "Getting Started" list on the right). Then, you can either proceed topic by topic (following the arrows at the bottom of each article), or browse by category or keyword tags, or (this is possibly the most useful) by typing in a keyword in the search box in the upper right corner of this page to find relevant articles.
If you find anything on this website which does not work as expected (for example dead or incorrect links), please send an email with the full link to the article in question to G. Indurskis. Enjoy!