This web site has not yet been updated for Fall 2014.
A map to calculus -- Although this is for a calculus course structured very differently from our own, it will be helpful for you to begin developing your own mental concept map for calculus.
WebAssign login page -- Use this to do your online homework.
Continuity and Infinitesimals article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy -- Gives an extensive history of the struggles and debates that raged as people tried to understand these concepts
Zeno's Paradoxes -- In Wikipedia
The Learning Center -- Math tutors here can assist you in learning calculus (once it opens on September 10).
SUNY Fredonia Counseling Center -- Services are free and confidential.
Official companion web site for our textbook -- contains online quizzes you can use for practice
Calculus: Modeling and Application -- An interactive, online, no longer free :( calculus textbook that provides a valuable alternate perspective to ours
SUNY Fredonia Department of Mathematical Sciences Master Syllabus for MATH 122
-- Contains additional information beyond our course syllabus, including detailed course objectives
Calculus.org at UC-Davis -- Problems, tips, careers ... vast "Resources for the Calculus Student"
Eric Weisstein's Wolfram MathWorld -- Claims to be the web's most extensive mathematics resource
Karl's Calculus Tutor -- Try it, you'll like it!
Includes Why Bother to Learn Calculus?mathmistakes.info -- Features actual student mistakes and how to avoid them, as well as flashcards and other resources
Mathemagic -- Includes some practice calculus exams
Guidelines for Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning General Education courses (such as this course)