We are interested in hearing any of a wide range of topics on the teaching of mathematics and statistics at university level. In the past, for example, we have had papers on technology (computers, graphics calculators, CAS), bridging courses, large first year classes, teacher preparation, and the teaching of specific topics (e.g. analysis, algebra).
Paper submissions for Kingfisher Delta'05 have now closed. However, we still welcome the submission of abstract-only presentations for the conference.
If you would like to submit an abstract for a presentation at Delta'05, please email your abstract to Michael Bulmer.
Submissions for abstract-only presentations will be accepted up until Wednesday, November 16th. However, for your abstract to be included in the Conference Proceedings it should be received no later than Monday, October 31st.
Workshops of 1-2 hours duration are intended to enhance the skills and broaden the perspective of their attendees. They should be designed for learning a new area or to provide advanced training in an area. Proposals for workshops should be sent by email to Michael Bulmer.
Please note that computer laboratory facilities will not be available at the conference.
Papers submissions have now closed. You can still read the paper submission guidelines.