Useful Links! Learning Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science via Primary Historical Sources This website contains information connected to the 2008-2011 NSF grant project which was the “parent” of TRIUMPHS, with similar but more focused curricular goals; includes 20 classroom tested Primary Source Projects. Teaching Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science via Primary Historical Sources Information connected to the 2005-2006 NSF grant project which was the “grandparent” of TRIUMPHS, with similar but more focused curricular goals; includes 16 classroom-tested Primary Source Projects. The Euler Archive An online resource for over 850 of Euler's original works and modern Euler scholarship. It was, in part, created by TRIUMPHS very own Dominic Klyve. Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources: A Curated Bibliography A bibliography containing information about TRIUMPHS and TRIUMPHS-related work. Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science A short MAA Convergence article arguing for the benefits and importance of PSPs, as well as detailing past PSPs. Back to the TRIUMPHS home page.