On this page, you will find helpful information on how to best use the features of this digital library.
About CODEE and the CODEE Digital Library
The CODEE Digital Library is a peer-reviewed online repository for materials related to the teaching and learning of ordinary differential equations (ODEs).
Components of this Digital Library
There are three main components of the CODEE Digital Library: a library of materials related to the teaching and learning of ODEs, discussion forums, and links to software related to ODEs. Each of these components is easily accessible through the tabs across the top of each web page, or in the navigation portlet along the left side of each page.
Users can search for content by typing in search keywords at the top of every page on this web site. For example, you can use the search keyword "parachute" to locate or use the search keyword "Shampine" to locate content written by individuals with that name. Alternatively, users can browse for content using the navigation portlet along the left side of each page.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why should I create an account on this web site?
Users do not have to create an account to access most of the content on this web site. However, users will be able to access increased functionality once they have created an account and are logged in. Authenticated users have the ability to leave comments on items, mark items as favorites and return to these items easily, access a personal area where files can be stored and shared with other users on the site, customize the appearance of the web site by adding and moving portlets. In addition, faculty members (once their employment status is verified) will be able to access certain content restricted to faculty members only.
- How can I submit materials for publication in the CODEE Digital Library?
For more information about submitting content to the CODEE Digital Library, please visit the Editorial Policy page.