The following material accompanied my talks at the UNCG Summer School in Computational Number Theory 2017

- Cameron Franc, "Hida Theory" - a nice introduction to the Eisenstein and Hida families.
- Simon Spicer, "Introduction to p-adic Modular Forms" - A brief introduction to Serre and Katz' versions of p-adic modular forms.
- Barry Mazur, "A brief introduction to the work of Haruzo Hida" - Sections 2 and 4 overlap with Monday's talk.
- Frank Calegari, "Congruences between Modular Forms" - lecture notes from the 2013 Arizona Winter School. Section 2 overlaps with Monday's talk, and Section 3 introduces overconvergent modular forms.

- Robert Pollack, "Overconvergent Modular Symbols" - lecture notes from the 2011 Arizona Winter School. Intended as an introduction to the theory.
- Robert Pollack and Glen Stevens - "Overconvergent Modular Symbols and
*p*-adic*L*-functions - A more detailed introduction.

You can use Sage online at CoCalc. If you would like to have access to the project, talk to me. You can also view the Sage notes even without joining the project below.

- Modular Forms in Sage - Notes for computing with modular forms in Sage
- Overconvergent Modular Symbols in Sage - Shorter notes for computing with overconvergentmodular symbols in Sage
- Reference manual, Modular Forms - no exposition, just documenting the functions available.
- Reference manual, Overconvergent Modular Symbols - no exposition, just documenting the functions available.