{\LaTeX\ in the classroom}
{Dan Raies}
{The \LaTeX\ skill-set required of a student or a researcher is vastly
different than that required of a teacher. As a result, when one writes a
test or homework assignment it often happens that the \LaTeX\ we know
dictates the questions we can ask. In this talk we examine some \LaTeX\
techniques that will allow us to improve the materials that we use in the
classroom. These techniques include ways to organize documents, ways to
write solutions, and ways to create diagrams. We will examine some basic
\LaTeX\ strategies as well as some particular packages that are of use for
teachers.}