Yes, some of the key developers of MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Mathematics courses include:

Yes, some of the key developers of MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Mathematics courses include:

  • Dr. John L. Kelley, Professor of Mathematics at Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). Dr. Kelley was the lead developer of the MGF 1106 course at FSCJ, and he played a key role in developing the statewide general education core curriculum for mathematics in Florida.
  • Dr. David L. Johnson, Professor of Mathematics at Valencia College. Dr. Johnson was also a key developer of Liberal Arts Mathematics courses in Florida. He is the author of the textbook Mathematics in the Arts and Humanities, which is widely used in Liberal Arts Mathematics courses.
  • Dr. William G. McCallum, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Arizona. Dr. McCallum is a well-known author of mathematics textbooks, including the College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences series. He was also involved in the development of Liberal Arts Mathematics courses in Florida.

These are just a few of the many people who have played a role in the development and success of MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Mathematics courses. These courses have helped hundreds of thousands of students develop the mathematical skills they need to succeed in their academic and professional lives.

I would also like to add that the development of MGF 1106 Liberal Arts Mathematics courses was a collaborative effort. Many other mathematics faculty members from community colleges and universities across Florida were involved in this process.

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