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# Through the Eyes of Faith

The purpose of this survey is to gather data indicating interest among Christian colleges in a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics. The book is intended to be used by first- and second-year students taking courses such as: an introductory seminar to the major; a general "liberal arts" mathematics course; discrete mathematics; mathematics courses for education majors; introductory statistics; and calculus.
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Name

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Please give your name.

Affiliation

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Please give your institutional affiliation.

Courses

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If your institution offers some type of introductory course to the mathematics major (such as a first-year seminar), please give the yearly enrollment (enter "0" if no course is offered).

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You've indicated that your institution offers some type introductory course to the mathematics major (such as a first-year seminar). Please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics for this course.-
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If your institution offers a "liberal arts" mathematics course for non-majors, please indicate the yearly enrollment (enter "0" if no such course is offered).

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You've indicated that your institution offers a "liberal arts" mathematics course for non-majors. Please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adoopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics for this course.-
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If your institution offers a course in Discrete Mathematics for first- or second-year students, please indicate the yearly enrollment (enter "0" if no such course is offered).

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You've indicated that your institution offers a course in Discrete Mathematics for first-year students. Please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics for this course.-
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Please indicate the yearly enrollment in mathematics courses for education majors.

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With respect to mathematics courses designed for education majors, please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics.-
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Please give the yearly enrollment in statistics courses offered at your institution.

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With respect to statistics courses offered at your institution, please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics.-
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Please give the yearly enrollment in calculus courses offered at your institution.

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With respect to calculus courses offered at your institution, please give your judgment regarding the likelihood of adopting a

*Through the Eyes of Faith*book in mathematics.-
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*Through the Eyes of Faith*book, feedback on the book itself, etc.), please put them in the space provided. Thank you very much for your participation in this survey.