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2006
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2006).  The Geometry of the Dot and Cross Products. Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications. 6,
Manogue, C. A., Browne K., Dray T., & Edwards B. (2006).  Why is Ampere's law so hard? A look at middle-division physics. American Journal of Physics. 74, 344-350.
2005
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2005).  Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and the Physical Sciences. (Smith, D., & Swanson E., Ed.).Preparing Future Science and Mathematics Teachers. 39–41.
2004
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2004).  Bridging the Gap between Mathematics and Physics. APS Forum on Education. 13-14.
2003
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2003).  The Murder Mystery Method for Determining Whether a Vector Field is Conservative. College Mathematics Journal. 34, 238–241.
Manogue, C. A., & Krane K. S. (2003).  Paradigms in Physics: Restructuring the Upper Level. Physics Today. 56, 53–58.
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2003).  Spherical Coordinates. College Mathematics Journal. 34, 168–169.
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2003).  Using Differentials to Bridge the Vector Calculus Gap. College Mathematics Journal. 34, 283–290.
2002
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2002).  Bridging the Vector (calculus) Gap. Pathways to Change: An International Conference on Transforming Math and Science Education in the K16 Continuum.
Dray, T., & Manogue C. A. (2002).  Electromagnetic Conic Sections. American Journal of Physics. 70, 1129–1135.
Manogue, C. A., & Dray T. (2002).  Functions (Bridge Project website).

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