In the **previous post**, we have reviewed some posts in Math and Multimedia that discusses mathematics content. In this post, let us review some of the multimedia resources that had been posted in the first half of this year. This includes resources software, hardware, and videos. These multimedia resources can be used for teaching and learning mathematics.

2015 Year in Review – 1st Half

- Top 100 Tools for Learning for 2014
- Happy with the Amazon Kindle Voyage
- Math Expressions and Graphs in Google Docs with g(Math)
- TED Video Lecture: The Mathematics of Love
- How to Create Math Expressions in Google Forms
- CK-12 Lessons and Videos for Elementary School Math
- Scan and Solve with PhotoMath
- Hundreds of Combinatorics Video Lectures
- 5 Free Math Software For Teaching and Learning Mathematics
- Revisiting Khan Academy After Four Years

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