# Directory of Education Resources

This category is for those sites on mathematical logic (and related topics) that are of interest to the general public rather than to professional mathematicians.

## Resources in This Category

• #### Around Gödel's Theorem

http://www.ltn.lv/~podnieks/
(Hyper)textbook for students in mathematical logic, by Karlis Podnieks.

• #### ASL Committee on Logic Education

http://www.ucalgary.ca/aslcle/
Reports and resources from the Association of Symbolic Logic.

• #### Course on Description Logics

http://www.inf.unibz.it/~franconi/dl/course/
Slides and notes by Enrico Franconi.

• #### Disjunction

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/disjunction/
Theory and history of the binary connective 'or'; from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Ray Jennings.

• #### Formal Methods Educational Materials

http://www.cs.indiana.edu/formal-methods-education/
A repository for information related to formal methods in education, including pointers to existing courses and suggestions for examples and projects.

• #### Games Mathematicians Play

http://www.math.usf.edu/~mccolm/RGintro.html
Mathematical games from a logical point of view: strategies for games and using games in descriptive complexity.

• #### Logic Tutorial

http://logictutorial.com/
An interactive tool teaching basic formal logic, rendering truth tables as clickable Johnston diagrams. With notes on the Buddhist Nagarjuna and modern symbolic logic.

• #### Logical Laws

http://sakharov.net/logic.html
This page includes a collection of logical laws of the first-order logic. This collection is based on the Kleene's collection from his books 'Introduction to Metamathematics' and 'Mathematical Logic' and includes a few additions.

• #### The Logic Cafe

http://www.oakland.edu/phil/cafe/
An online textbook, courseware package, and homework assistant for introductory symbolic logic. Includes multimedia support.

• #### The Logic Daemon

http://logic.tamu.edu/
On-line proof checker, and texts.

• #### University of Alberta Logic Course

http://ugweb.cs.ualberta.ca/~c272/
Includes an introduction to logic and formal systems, revolving around the Mizar proof checker, and a guide to Mizar.

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