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1. European Mathematical Information Service The European Mathematical Information Service (EMIS) was founded in 1995 as the central portal for electronic math resources in Europe. Since then, with the support of the European Mathematical Society and many publishers, FIZ Karlsruhe has developed the largest open access electronic library in mathematics ELibM as the core of EMIS, as well as many more useful resources.
2. Mathematics Instructional Resources for Innovative Educators COMAP, the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications, is an award-winning non-profit organization whose mission is to improve mathematics education for students of all ages. Since 1980, COMAP has worked with teachers, students, and business people to create learning environments where mathematics is used to investigate and model real issues in our world.
3. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a public voice of mathematics education supporting teachers to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students through vision, leadership, professional development and research.
4. Professional Mathematical Sciences organizations MAA is an organization for people who love the mathematical sciences. A community that values discussion and exposition, for meeting colleagues and building knowledge together. An organization with roots in the nineteenth century and a powerful role in the twenty-first. It's the Mathematical Association of America.
It all began in 1894 with the American Mathematical Monthly - and ever since, the MAA has been providing mathematicians with the best expository articles, engaging problems, and articles devoted to teaching collegiate mathematics. In 1915, we became the MAA. Now we are more than 20,000 strong; faculty, students, practitioners, and people who simply love math. Most important of all, we are colleagues. We gather in Sections, at MathFest, and at the Joint Mathematics Meetings; we catch up on colleagues' activities and hear inspiring talks in mathematics; we help each other grow. In the process, we move our profession forward.