Waterloo -- July 23 2007 -- The University of Guelph and Maplesoft?, a leading provider of high-performance software, are partnering to develop innovative and efficient uses for technology in mathematics and science education. The two organizations will work together to develop state-of-the-art technology tools aimed at giving students a more compelling and effective academic experience, while making instruction delivery more efficient and student-focused.

?Helping students improve their problem-solving skills is especially critical during the first year of a university education,? said Professor Anthony Vannelli, Dean of the College of Physical and Engineering Science, University of Guelph. ?Students right out...

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