Join us on Nov. 4-5, 2020 for a Final Exams Conference co-hosted with Rederly

Join us as we come together as a community to discuss assessment. Sessions will include Lessons learned from Spring 2020 Basic problem authoring Writing solver-resistant problems Exam creation and controlled randomization Stress testing and contingency planning Assessment best practices from ASU and SNHU Short talks on various topics related to finals and assessment Community discussionContinue reading “Join us on Nov. 4-5, 2020 for a Final Exams Conference co-hosted with Rederly”

Upcoming TWP Events

As we approach our 25 year anniversary we are excited to mark this occasion by creating opportunities for the WeBWorK community to come together. Please be on the lookout for two upcoming events: November 4-5, 2020: Final Exams Conference with sessions on lessons learned from the spring, exam creation, problem editing, helpful hints at managingContinue reading “Upcoming TWP Events”

Renderer Announcement – A WeBWorK, LibreTexts & Rederly Collaboration

WeBWorK, LibreTexts, and Rederly are pleased to announce the completion of a standalone WeBWorK problem renderer. WeBWorK has achieved widespread adoption in its almost quarter century of existence, and this standalone renderer is an important step towards upgrading WeBWorK’s functionality with modern, modular capabilities. Previously, embedding WeBWorK content required a full-scale WeBWorK installation, which resultedContinue reading “Renderer Announcement – A WeBWorK, LibreTexts & Rederly Collaboration”

The WeBWorK Project and Rederly – A New Collaboration

We are pleased to announce a new engineering collaboration between The WeBWorK Project (TWP) and Rederly. This collaboration represents an exciting new chapter by uniting TWP’s experience with Rederly’s engineering expertise. The preliminary goal of the collaboration is to create an independent rendering environment, with the ability to add on additional modular features, such asContinue reading “The WeBWorK Project and Rederly – A New Collaboration”

Building a thriving WeBWorK community at CUNY

by Michael Gage – Friday, 7 February 2020, 3:03 PM Marianna Bonanome (MBonanome@citytech.cuny.edu) and K. Andrew Parker (KParker@citytech.cuny.edu) at CityTech (NYC college of technology) in New York City have been busy organizing a community of WeBWorK users in the NYC area among the CUNY campuses. In 2012, driven by the desire to provide zero cost alternatives to expensiveContinue reading “Building a thriving WeBWorK community at CUNY”

Release of WW 2.15 approaching – additional pre-release testing would be helpful

by Nathan Wallach – Thursday, 8 August 2019, 4:05 AM. The release team is working on finalizing the release of WW 2.15. The preliminary code is in the WeBWorK 2.15 branch (there is also a 2.15 branch of PG). See: https://github.com/openwebwork/webwork2/pull/948There are still some “small” changes planned, but the core features are all essentially frozen, except for some remainingContinue reading “Release of WW 2.15 approaching – additional pre-release testing would be helpful”