**Here are some
on-line resources for deepening your understanding of Abstract Algebra**

** and
assisting you with routine computations.**

**Joe Gallians site
to accompany our textbook:**

**http://www.d.umn.edu/~jgallian/**

**Marcus Pivato’s
Abstract Algebra course. This
follows a more advanced textbook (Dummit and Foote), but it may help to have a
different perspective on some of the topics.
His illustrations are exceptionally good.**

**http://xaravve.trentu.ca/330/330a.html
**

**Really excellent
visualizations for abstract algebra concepts from Marcus Pivato:**

**http://xaravve.trentu.ca/330/pictures.html#pic.cayley**

**Maple site for
abstract algebra:**

**http://www.mapleapps.com/powertools/abstractalgebra/abstractalgebra.shtml**

**A Maple manual
to accompany our text:**

**http://webpages.shepherd.edu/amihailo/AbstractAlgebra.html**

**Sample questions
(some of these are beyond the scope of our class, but most are good study
problems)**

**http://math.dartmouth.edu/graduate-students/syllabi/sample-questions/algebra/algebra.html**

**Jo's Home SMC Home
SMC Math Dept
**