Teaching Kits for Instructors

Teaching kits are downloadable sets of curriculum materials based on books in the MathWorks Book Program. These materials help you develop and enhance curriculum, facilitate lectures and classroom examples, and inspire student learning. Teaching kits are the result of partnerships between MathWorks, leading publishers for higher education, and experts in academia.

Each kit provides teaching resources such as:

  • Slides for classroom lectures
  • MATLAB programs and Simulink models for interactively illustrating course concepts
  • Information for requesting an evaluation copy of the textbook

Introduction to MATLAB

William J. Palm, III, professor of mechanical, industrial and systems engineering at the University of Rhode Island

Numerical Computing with MATLAB

Cleve Moler, chief mathematician, chairman, and cofounder of MathWorks

System Dynamics with Simscape

William J. Palm, III, professor of mechanical, industrial and systems engineering at the University of Rhode Island

Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB

Steven C. Chapra, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Tufts University

Heat Transfer with MATLAB

Tien-Mo Shih, professor of physics at Xiamen University and adjunct faculty member of advanced engineering education at University of Maryland

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