Some useful links

MAA style sheet for references
 Dr. Allen's list of example
term paper topics
(NOTE: I do NOT require all the topics to be different. SAF)
 Dr. Geller's list of example
term paper topics
(NOTE: I do NOT require all the topics to be different. SAF)
I shall also steal these words of wisdom from her m629home page:
While a complete, indepth analysis of the topic is not expected (that
would be a dissertation or book), a superficial discussion is not
sufficient. The term paper should be a thoughtful discussion of your
topic including the appropriate mathematics and history. I want to
know by reading the paper that you learned some things and thought
seriously about the topic.
 Paper titles from previous years
 The best general Web source of information about the history of
mathematics is at the University of
St. Andrews.
 Some general histories of mathematics
 In addition to the well known general bookstores, here are some publishers
with a large number of relevant books:
 Just Say No to .doc Files:
Getting math from M. Word to the Web and
the grader
 T_{E}X 101
(pidgin TeX) ._._. T_{E}X 102
(stepping into real TeX)
 More about putting math on the Web (very dated pages by SAF)