This project, originally funded by two grants from the National Science Foundation, promotes the use of ideas from the modern theory of dynamical systems in the traditional sophomore-level course in differential equations. Qualitative, analytic, and numerical approaches are stressed throughout the course. We have written a textbook published by Brooks/Cole that supports our approach, and occasionally we conduct workshops at various sites around the country.
Upcoming Workshops and Talks
About the text
Table of Contents
Faculty Support and Ancillary Material
Who are we?
Bugs and Other Infelicities in version 2 of DETools (distributed with the third edition of book)
Errors and Other Infelicities in the Fourth Edition
course web page for Spring 2010
Robert L. Devaney's course web page for Fall 2014
Selected animations used in the Robert L. Devaney's BU differential equations course.
Selected Articles on Teaching Differential Equations
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