# Resources

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## Latest revision as of 17:30, 6 October 2011

The study of the ANS involves a "pana-perspective," myriads of scientists and educators who work from multiple yet converging points of view. The research related to Panamath is rich and far-reaching, with many implications for how we design and teach our school curricula.

To help you in your quest to understand more, we have provided a wiki that contains many topics of discussion and tutorials about this exciting new field of research for both beginners who have just discovered Panamath and for experts with experience in the field.