Discrete Mathematics Using a Computer, Second Edition

Instructor's Guide

Discrete Mathematics Using a Computer, by John O'Donnell, Cordelia Hall and Rex Page , was published by Springer in 2006.

Read the main Instructor's Guide document

The purpose of the Instructor's Guide is to assist you in teaching a course based on the book. You will find in it a discussion about organising the lectures, advice about practical problems that arise in presenting the material, and a large collection of problems with solutions, organised as a set of tutorials.

Gaining Access to the Guide

The Guide is intended for instructors using the book in a course or considering it for adoption. To obtain a password which will give you access, please send an email to John O'Donnell (jtod@dcs.gla.ac.uk). Please mention discrete maths instructor in the subject line of the email, and include the following information: your name, email address, university and department, work address, and preferred login name and password. We would also appreciate any other relevant information, such as the course you're considering using the book for, how many students will be taking it, etc.

Format of the Instructor's Guide

The Instructor's Guide is a pdf document (using the Adobe Portable Document Format). You will need a pdf reader in your web browser. Just try the link below; if it doesn't work, you can download the pdf reader from Adobe's web site; click the "Get Acrobat Reader" button. The software is free.

Feedback and Problems

Feedback of all kinds is welcome: questions, error reports, suggestions for improvements to the book, the software, the Instructor's Guide, a description of your experiences teaching this material, etc. Please send email to jtod@dcs.gla.ac.uk, and please mention discrete maths instructor in the subject line of the email.

This is the home page for the Instructor's Guide; see also the main book home page.

This page is maintained by John O'Donnell (jtod@dcs.gla.ac.uk), and was last modified February 22, 2000.