#### Project Team

- Paul Tsopméné, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics, Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science
**(Lead Applicant)** - Wayne Broughton, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics, Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science
- Chad Davis, Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics, Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science
- Michael Noonan, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science

#### Themes

- Flexible Learning
- OER
- Professional Skills and Competencies

#### Year

2024

#### About the Project

This project proposes to create an open-access textbook for MATH 103-Integral Calculus with Applications to Life Sciences. The text will present calculus concisely and meaningfully so that students can understand the concepts they are learning and apply them to real-life situations. This text will bring together material (such as differential equations, linear algebra, probability, and statistics) that is not usually found in regular calculus textbooks and present them in the context of real-life problems. It will address the needs of all students regardless of their algebraic skills by providing all necessary background and detailed step-by-step solutions. Making the book an open education document will ensure all students can access the resources.