I have been working with Encyclopedia Britannica for the past few months. They are the developers of Math in Context, one of my favorite Math textbook series. They asked me to help with the editing of their new digital versions. These are really exciting as they take already great material and convert them to a digital tool, making the word “paperless” actually sound feasible in the classroom.
While I am not writing the math problems or coding the digital interactives, this is a great way to endorse good inquiry mathematics and technology at the same time. I couldn’t be happier about it. Keep your eyes open for MiC digital books coming soon.