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The resources and links below include materials developed through the University of Michigan IBL Center, and to provide other sources of information about IBL and its use in teaching undergraduate mathematics.  Among the links we include information on the history of active learning that refers in particular to the work of  R. L. Moore,  a controversial mathematician who held sexist and racist views.  We categorically reject Moore's discriminatory views, and believe that acknowledging history is essential to understand who we are and make progress towards a more inclusive discipline.  The Michigan IBL Center itself is fully dedicated to the education and inclusion of everyone independent of their gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religious or political views, or physical abilities.

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