Service Teaching Site Information
If you want to view details on a particular course unit, click here (or on 'course units offered' in the left menu) and then click on the unit of your choice. If, instead, you want to view resources relevant to your school or division, click here (or on 'SERVICE TEACHING' on the left menu) to return to the main service teaching page and then click on the school or division of your choice.
These pages contain on-line resources for students, from schools other than the School of Mathematics, who are studying mathematics course units. The available resources will include:
- Module description, contacts, reading list and syllabus
- Abridged lecture notes
- Example sheets, hints and solutions
- Past exam questions and solutions
- Relevant applications of the mathematics you are learning
- Quizzes and puzzles to allow you to check your progress
- Links to external on-line mathematics resources
Examples, lecture notes and past papers are stored as Acrobat PDF files. Acrobat Reader is installed on all university computers. If you would like to install Acrobat on your own computer, you can download Acrobat Reader for free.
You can view and print a PDF file online, just left click its link. If you would like to keep a copy on your computer for future reference, right click its link and select "Save link/Target As..." from the menu.
- Students using e-mail to contact staff are reminded to use their university e-mail accounts and to make the subject line meaningful.
- The Mathematics Resource Centre will be open for 20 hours per week during semester 1. Click for more details.
- Any comments to Colin.Steele [at] manchester.ac.uk .
Service Teaching Links
Here are some links to useful maths recourses on the internet. Please report any bad links to Dr Steele. Please bear in mind that the School of Mathematics has no control over the content of any external sites and that these sites, as well as the web-addresses, may change with time.
Further useful links are available from the study resources section of the School of Mathematics website.