Numeracy (ISSN 1936-4660) is the open-access, peer-reviewed, electronic journal of the National Numeracy Network (NNN). Numeracy supports education at all levels that integrates quantitative skills across disciplines. This journal is supported by the University of South Florida Libraries.
The graphic above is “Wave of Numbers” by Beth Fratesi, c2007, inspired by “a world awash in numbers,” Mathematics and Democracy: The Case for Quantitative Literacy (NCED, 2001).
In 2015, Numeracy was awarded the DOAJ Seal for its high degree of openness and for adhering to best practices and high publishing standards.
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NEW ISSUE IN PROGRESS: Volume 16, issue 2 (2023)
Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 1 (2023)
College Students’ Numeracy Events in Discussing Public Issues
Samuel L. Tunstall
Exploring the Relationship between Quantitative Reasoning Skills and News Habits
Bennett Attaway, John Voiklis, Jena Barchas-Lichtenstein, Eric Hochberg, Jim Hammerman, Uduak Grace Thomas, Nicole LaMarca, Laura Santhanam, and Patti Parson
Focused on Pedagogy: QR Grading Rubrics for Written Arguments
Ruby Daniels, Kathryn Appenzeller Knowles, Emily Naasz, and Amanda Lindner
Establishing the Validity and Reliability of the LOCUS Assessments
Tim Jacobbe, Bob delMas, Brad Hartlaub, Jeff Haberstroh, Catherine Case, Steven Foti, and Douglas Whitaker
Beyond Statistical Significance: A Holistic View of What Makes a Research Finding "Important"
Jane E. Miller
How to Become a Numbers Person: Review of Making Numbers Count, by Chip Heath and Karla Starr (2022)
- Executive Editor
- Nathan D. Grawe, Carleton College
- Senior Editors
- H. L. (Len) Vacher, University of South Florida
- Gizem Karaali, Pomona College
- Bernard L. Madison, University of Arkansas
- Contributing Editors
- Charles B. Connor, University of South Florida
- Joel Best, University of Delaware
- Book Review Editor
- Michael T. Catalano, Dakota Wesleyan University