Lawrence C. Moore, Associate Professor Emeritus
Currently, Professor Moore's major scholary activity is the development of webbased learning materials.
He is Executive Editor of the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL), an NSFsponsored project of the Mathematical Association of America.
He maintains an interest in the application of nonstandard analysis to the theory of Banach spaces. In particular, he has studied those Banach spaces which behave in a modeltheoretic way like finitedimensional
spaces. Please note: Lawrence has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
 Education:
Ph.D.  California Institute of Technology  1966 
B.S.  North Carolina State University  1961 
 Research Interests: Mathematics Education and Functional Analysis
Currently, Professor Moore's major scholary activity is the development of webbased learning materials.
He is Executive Editor of the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL), an NSFsponsored project of the Mathematical Association of America.
He maintains an interest in the application of nonstandard analysis to the theory of Banach spaces. In particular, he has studied those Banach spaces which behave in a modeltheoretic way like finitedimensional
spaces.
 Current Ph.D. Students
(Former Students)
 Postdocs Mentored
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 Lawrence C. Moore, Jr. and David A. Smith, The Connected Curriculum Project,
The journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, December 2001
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 Lawrence C. Moore, Jr. and David A. Smith, The SIR Model for Spread of Disease,
The Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, December 2001
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 Lawrence C. Moore, Jr. and David A. Smith, World Population Growth,,
The Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, December, 2001
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 Lawrence C. Moore, Jr. and David A. Smith, The Equiangular Spiral,
The Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, December, 2001
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 Lawrence C. Moore, Jr. and David A. Smith, Changing Technology Implies Changing Pedagogy,
MAA Notes Series
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