Second Editions of TI-Nspire Tutorials

data 2With my long silence here on Tech Powered Math, I’ve hardly mentioned the fact that there have been two upgrades to the TI-Nspire operating system, OS 3.6 and OS 3.9. These upgrades have been incremental, not earth shattering, but they have pleasantly changed some aesthetics throughout the TI-Nspire environment. There have also been some minor changes as to how users interact in a graphing window. As a result, it seemed like it was good time to update my TI-Nspire Tutorials series of Kindle books.

I’ve spent some time making changes to the screen captures and directions in both volume 1 and volume 2 to create second editions of the books. Texas Instruments made the changes from 3.2 to 3.9 very smooth, so none of the changes I had to make to the books were earth shattering. However, if you have already purchased a copy of one of my books, you should be able to get your updated “second edition” with the up to date graphics and directions for OS 3.9 by going to the manage your Kindle page at Amazon.com.

If you have never purchased a copy of my books, or if you have friends that would like to get in on a great deal, this Thursday is the day to do it. To promote the new editions, I will be running a one day special, giving away FREE copies of the TI-Nspire Tutorials Vol 1 and TI-84 Plus Tutorials (which is unchanged), and selling TI-Nspire Tutorials Vol 2 for $.99. Here are the links to the books that will be available for free or cheap on Thursday, August 14:

TI-Nspire Tutorials Volume 1
TI-Nspire Tutorials Volume 2
TI-84 Plus Tutorials

Remember, you don’t need to own a Kindle device to read the books. The Kindle app for your phone or tablet will work just as well. Please let your friends know about the promotion by liking, tweeting, and sharing this page with them. As always, thanks for your support, and if you’ve found the books helpful, please consider writing a review on Amazon.

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Lucas Allen

Lucas Allen

For more than a decade, Lucas Allen was a high school math teacher and math team coach in Illinois. His 2012 Morton High School math team won the Illinois state championship. Recently, he made the jump from public education to the corporate world and is now working as a data scientist. He is interested in just about all forms of technology, including the TI-Nspire, Nexus devices, R, MOOCs, and more. You can follow , and if you are nice, he will probably follow you back.

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