Maple has a excellent on-line tutorial, called **New User's Tour**,
accessed through the **Help** menu. This is the recommended place
to start.
Assembled below are a variety of course notes prepared for various
engineering, physics, and math classes using Maple. For an official
introduction, see Maple V First Leaves by Bruce W. Char et al,
(Springer, Berlin, 1992).
Where indicated by "ps", a printable postscript version is also available.

- CS 100 Engineering Computing The Computer Science department online introductory course in computing. Includes an introduction to Maple and C programming. The hamlet buttons work only on Physics and possibly CADE lab machines. If your browser still can't interpret them, check your .mime.types and .mailcap files.
- DeTar:Elementary Calculus. Go through the Maple sections in Engineering Computing first.
- DeTar: Maple 3d. 3D Plotting.
- DeTar: Elementary Linear Algebra.
- More linear algebra
- ETH/Price: Maple Introduction. For an older version of Physics 6740. A set of notes from members of the ETH, Zurich with a few local additions. Starts from the very beginning. Also discuss saving and printing your session and printing plots.
- Linkoping Maple Primer. A concise introduction, starting from the very beginning. Predates the X-windows version.
- Math Department Maple References.