Thanks for your feedback, it has been very useful.
Just to let you know that I do really read it and take your thoughts and comments into account:
- I will do a blog again if I lecture this course next year (those who read it seemed to find it very useful.)
- I will work on my handwriting (perhaps I just need to find pens that suit me better…)
- Most of you seemed to find the three screens beneficial, so I’ll stick with that.
- I have decided to give you access to my lecture notes.
Here are some books people found useful:
- Abstract Algebra, Pinter
- Algebra and Geometry, Beardon
- Groups and Symmetry, Armstrong
- Algebra, Artin
- Sets and Groups: a first course in Algebra, Green
- Introduction to Group Theory, Lederman
- Visual group theory, Carter
- Abstract Algebra, Dummit and Foote
- Algebra, Lang (third edition)
Note that some of these do go a lot further than our lecture course.
Someone said “The King James Bible” was useful 🙂 Personally I prefer the New International Version, but then that might be a matter of taste. (Thanks for making me smile anyway.)