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Current Courses:

Int Calc

Calc I



Previous Courses:

Modeling Algebra


Calc I

Summer Courses:

Modeling Algebra

Algebra for Calc





15-week Session:

Linear Algebra

Modeling Alg Live

Int Calc

Alg & Trig



Tentative Office Hours beginning June 11th:

  • Mondays: 9:30-10:30am, Virtual Only
  • Tuesdays: 1pm-2pm, Virtual Only
  • Wednesdays: 9:00-10:00am, Virtual Only

If you wish to meet in person (other than the regularly scheduled Wednesday time) at Stark Campus, please make arrangements by Friday of the previous week.
  • Proctored Exam Dates for Summer I 2018

    • Midterm I - PROCTORED 20% of grade - (Testing Window: Tuesday, June 19th-Saturday, June 23th)
    • Midterm II - PROCTORED 20% of grade - (Testing Window: Thursday, June 28th-Tuesday, July 3rd ) This is an extended window because of Spring Break
    • Final Exam - Comprehensive & Proctored - THIS IS 30% of your grade
      - (Testing Window: Tuesday, July 10th-Saturday, July 14th)


    *Please note that all online courses require proctored midterms (two of them approximately weeks 5 and 11 - this is new to Fall 2015 due to math department policies) and final (on finals week).


Interested in what my online courses look like. Click here to watch a short introduction video. THIS LINK IS CURRENTLY BROKEN BECAUSE OF A SWITCH OF STREAMING SERVICES.

Note: some information concerning the midterm may be incorrect because of the new policy of two midterms.


Texts Referenced

(none required)

Modeling Algebra: Harshbarger & Yocco, College Algebra in Context, Third Edition, (ISBN: 9780321570604) **Please note the book is optional and will only be used as an additional resource.

Trigonometry: "Precalculus" by Stewart, Lothar, Watson (ISBN: 0-534-38541-9) or ANY edition. **Please note the book is optional and will only be used as an additional resource.

Analytical Geometry& Calculus I: "Calculus" by James Stewart (ISBN: 9780840002952) or ANY edition of Calculus by James Stewart, V-1 Custom package will be referred to in this course


Note: I am not dependent on texts for the course so while you should have reference text it is not required.  You will not need to purchase any publisher’s software.



Janice Kover, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics     

Kent State University - Stark Campus          



Office:  Main Hall 409