@Article{Gap,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{The Vector Calculus Gap: Mathematics $\ne$ Physics}",
journal = "PRIMUS",
volume = 9,
pages = "21-28",
year = 1999
}
@Article{Conic,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Electromagnetic Conic Sections}",
journal = "Am. J. Phys.",
volume = 70,
pages = "1129-1135",
year = 2002
}
@Article{Spherical,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Spherical Coordinates}",
journal = "College Math. J.",
volume = 34,
pages = "168-169",
year = 2003
}
@Article{MMM,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{The Murder Mystery Method for
Determining Whether a Vector Field is Conservative}",
journal = "College Math. J.",
volume = 34,
pages = "238-241",
year = 2003
}
@Article{Use,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Using Differentials to Bridge the Vector Calculus Gap}",
journal = "College Math. J.",
volume = 34,
pages = "283-290",
year = 2003
}
@Article{Ampere,
author = "Corinne A. Manogue and Kerry Browne and Tevian Dray
and Barbara Edwards",
title = "{Why is Amp\`ere's Law So Hard?}",
journal = "Am. J. Phys.",
volume = 74,
pages = "344-350",
year = 2006
}
@Article{DotCross,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{The Geometry of the Dot and Cross Products}",
journal = "JOMA",
volume = 6,
month = "June",
year = 2006
}
@Article{Differentials,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Putting Differentials back into Calculus}",
journal = "College Math. J.",
volume = 41,
pages = "90-100",
year = 2010
}
@Article{Climb,
author = {Stuart Boersma},
title = {A Difficult Climb},
journal = {Math Horizons},
year = 2009,
pages = {12-15},
month = {February}
}
@Article{Geodesics,
author = {Stuart Boersma and Tevian Dray and Stan Wagon},
title = {Finding Geodesics},
journal = {Math Horizons},
year = 2009,
pages = 2,
month = {September}
}
@Article{Trig,
author = "Tevian Dray",
title = "{Using Differentials to Determine the Derivatives of
Trigonometric and Exponential Functions}",
journal = "College Math. J.",
volume = 44,
pages = "(to appear)",
year = 2013
}
@Misc{Bridge,
title = "The {V}ector {C}alculus {B}ridge {P}roject",
howpublished = "\url{http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/bridge}"
}
@Misc{FEd,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and Physics}",
howpublished = {APS Forum on Education},
month = "Spring",
year = 2004,
note = "pp.\ 13--14"
}
@InCollection{MSU,
author = "Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue",
title = "{Bridging the Gap between Mathematics
and the Physical Sciences}",
booktitle = "Preparing Future Science and Mathematics Teachers",
editor = "Diane Smith and Elisabeth Swanson",
publisher = "Montana State University",
address = "Bozeman",
year = 2005,
pages = "39-41"
}
@InCollection{Pathways,
author = {Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue},
title = {Bridging the Vector (Calculus) Gap},
booktitle = {Pathways to Change: An International Conference
on Transforming Math and Science Education
in the K16 Continuum},
publisher = {Proceedings (CD-ROM)},
year = 2002,
address = {(Arlington)}
}
@Misc{Portfolios,
title = "The {P}ortfolios {W}iki",
howpublished = "\url{http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki}"
}
@Misc{BridgeBook,
author = {Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue},
title = "{The {G}eometry of {V}ector {C}alculus}",
howpublished = "\url{http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/BridgeBook}",
year = {2009--2010}
}
@Article{PT,
author = "Corinne A. Manogue and Kenneth S. Krane",
title = "{The Oregon State University Paradigms Project:
Re-envisioning the upper level}",
journal = "Phys. Today",
year = 2003,
volume = 56,
pages = "53-58"
}
@Article{AJP,
author = {Corinne A. Manogue and Philip J. Siemens and Janet Tate
and Kerry Browne and Margaret L. Niess and Adam J. Wolfer},
title = {Paradigms in Physics: A New Upper-Division Curriculum},
journal = {Am. J. Phys.},
year = 2001,
volume = 69,
pages = {978-990}
}
@Article{Trig,
author = {Tevian Dray},
title = {Using Differentials to Determine the Derivatives of
Trigonometric and Exponential Functions},
journal = {College Math. J.},
year = 2013,
volume = {44},
pages = {17-23}
}