WeBWorK was developed with the intention of improving teaching and learning. The WeBWorK community is the collection of WeBWorK instructors, problem authors, admins and developers who together support the project and support each other with any and all technical and pedagogical challenges associated with using WeBWorK. We hope you will join us!
- Institutions that use WeBWorK
- Sign up on the wiki
- Participate in the forums
- Find a WeBWorK Consultant
Over 1000 institutions use WeBWorK. This includes large research universities, small teaching colleges and everything in between. WeBWorK is also used at a number of high-schools and at least one middle school. The link above leads to a map of the institutions we know about that use WeBWorK.
The WeBWorK project usually has events at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, MAA's MathFest. Special events are often scheduled as well in between the national meetings.
Creating an account on the wiki will enable access to all of our other online resources, including the ability to post on the forums.
Our collection of user forums is the central places for communicating with other WeBWorK users, admins and developers. You can view the forums anonymously, but you must create an account on the wiki to post to the forums.
WeBWorK Consultants are individuals who have completed a WeBWorK Consultant Training Workshop. They serve as ambassadors for WeBWorK.
In this role they conduct WeBWorK Demo Workshops which are designed to introduce faculty to WeBWorK. They also help foster and develop the community of WeBWorK users. For example they often form the nucleus of a local user community among attendees to their own WeBWorK Demo Workshops.