LibreTexts Query and Adapt – WeBWorK Compatible Infrastructure

LibreTexts is celebrating OpenEd Week with a series of webinars. One of them is to introduce a new WeBWorK compatible infrastructure: Tuesday, March 2nd: 10:30-11:30 (PST): Delmar Larsen Adapt and Query – Introducing the LibreTexts Comprehensive Summative Homework Assessment System “To complement OER textbooks, we will discuss the development of the QUERY and ADAPT online assessmentContinue reading “LibreTexts Query and Adapt – WeBWorK Compatible Infrastructure”

EAMS 2021 Conference Registration/Abstract Submission now open!

Last year, some members of the WeBWorK community presented/attended the EAMS conference and it was a great experience! We encourage you to propose a talk and/or attend this year. Below is the information: The fourth international conference on E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences (EAMS) takes place between 21st June and 2nd July 2021. The conference brings together researchers and practitioners with an interest inContinue reading “EAMS 2021 Conference Registration/Abstract Submission now open!”

Nominations Open for The WeBWorK Project Executive Committee

The WeBWorK Project (TWP) seeks nominations for positions on its Executive Committee.  People who have been active in promoting and using WeBWorK are encouraged to nominate similar individuals for open positions on the Board. The Executive Committee of TWP consists of the following: President-elect is to be selected this year. A person selected for thisContinue reading “Nominations Open for The WeBWorK Project Executive Committee”

CUNY-wide WW courses are ready to share!

The CUNY OER WeBWorK Fellows are pleased to share the following WeBWorK courses: Calculus I (aligned with Openstax) Calculus III (2 courses available, one aligned with Openstax and the other with Larson Calculus) College Algebra and Trigonometry (aligned with Openstax) Precalculus (aligned with Openstax) Introductory Statistics with Probability (aligned with Openstax) If you would likeContinue reading “CUNY-wide WW courses are ready to share!”

TWP Tea Time #2 Recording Available + WW Office Hours, Volunteers Needed!!

Many thanks to all who attended Tea Time #2! We had a fruitful discussion. The recording of the session can be found here. TWP would like to start offering office hours so community members could get help with coding problems, maintaining the software and using the platform. If you have WW expertise, please consider volunteeringContinue reading “TWP Tea Time #2 Recording Available + WW Office Hours, Volunteers Needed!!”

Join us on Friday 2/5, 1 pm – 2pm (EST), for TWP Tea Time #2!

You are invited to our second WeBWorK Tea Time! Our last tea time discussion touched upon authoring WeBWorK problems for checking conceptual understanding. We plan to continue this discussion and share best practices. We will offer tips for beginners through more advanced users. Daniel Garbin of Queensborough Community College and Andrew Parker of City TechContinue reading “Join us on Friday 2/5, 1 pm – 2pm (EST), for TWP Tea Time #2!”

Demo WeBWorK from the Student POV

For a limited time as part of the JMM, you are welcome to test out the WeBWorK demo. If you have any questions, feel free to ask on our Slack Channel.


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