- Prof Nouzha El Yacoubi from University Mohammed V Rabat, Morocco on The impact of mathematics on the Africa socioeconomic takeoff
- Fransonet Reyneke from University of Pretoria on First level statistics students’ performance in a large classroom environment under the magnifying glass
- Prof João Frederico da Costa Azevedo Meyer from Universidade Estadual de Campinas on Mathematical Disciplines for Undergraduate
- Prof Jeff Waldock from Sheffield Hallam University on Designing and using informal learning spaces to enhance student engagement with mathematical sciences
- Shirley Wagner-Welsh from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University on An Investigation into the Effect of Mathematics Self-Efficacy and Mathematics Anxiety on Mathematics Performance
- Dr Jyoti Jhagroo from The Auckland University of Technology on Multicultural lecturing some challenges
- Diana Quinn from The University of South Australia on Learning from experience The realities of developing mathematics courses for an online engineering programme
- Dr Maritz Snyders from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University on Online video-based tutorials for a first-year mathematics service course
- Prof David Wagner from University of New Brunswick on Mathematics, Culture, and the Responsibility of Mathematics educators
- Dr Alice Hui from The University of KwaZulu-Natal on Projective geometry as an undergraduate course a tour of the three worlds of mathematics
- Professor Stephan Joubert from Tshwane University of Technology on Numerical solutions for the vibrating bar eigenvalue problem: a student exercise
- Dr Maritz Snyders from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University on Online video-based tutorials for a first-year mathematics service course
- Claire Cornock from Sheffield Hallam University on Teaching group theory using Rubik’s cubes
- Prof Maxine Pfannkuch from The University of Auckland on Visualizing chance in introductory probability
- Prof Cristina Varsavsky from Monash University on Placing undergraduate mathematics assessment on the national Higher Education agenda
- Prof Leigh Wood from Macquarie University on Opening Real Science
- Dilshara Hill from Macquarie University on Investigating how past experiences in mathematics have influenced pre-service primary teachers
- Prof Leanne Rylands from Western Sydney University on Great Expectations Expectations and attitudes of first-year mathematics students
- Karin Bothma from The University of Pretoria on Using clickers in the mathematics classroom: novelty or necessity?
- Dr Trudie Benade from North West University on An analysis of the reasoning abilities of students in the transition period from secondary to tertiary mathematics
- Staurt Torr from UCT on Theoretical and empirical approaches to abstraction in mathematics education
- Dr Avhasei Richard Tsanwani from The Limpopo Department of Education on Improving mathematics knowledge of educators in the teaching of statistics A case of continuing professional development
- Dr Greg Oates from The University of Auckland on Mathematicians and mathematics education: A marriage of convenience
- Dr Anthony Morphett from The University of Melbourne on Developing interactive applets with Geogrebra: Processes and technologies
- Dr Esme Voges from Tshwane University of Technology on Mathematica, my teaching assistant
- Prof Deborah King from The University of Melbourne on Think Big! A local initiative that became a national network
- Dr Harry Wiggins from The University of Pretoria Are we leaving some mathematics students starved and bored in class
- Prof Ansie Harding from The University of Pretoria Skills involved in teaching large groups of undergraduate students
- Dr Tracy Craig from UCT on Simple rule, hidden meaning: the scalar product in engineering mathematics
- Rachel Passmore from The University of Auckland on Assessment by video
- Dr Justin Munyakazi from The University of the Western Cape on Assessments: Are students actually learning what we intend to teach them
- Dr R Nazim Khan from The University of Western Australia on Assessments: An Open and Closed Case
- Anita Campbell from UCT on theoretical perspectives on peer learning and how they can help in first year mathematics
- Professor Tim Dunne from UCT on The Rasch Model for test outcomes and related item requirements
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For any Mathematica practitioners out there, this is the code I used to generate this list:

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