# AIM07/Working Groups

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:[http://webwork.maa.org/moodle/user/view.php?id=9&course=2 Tom Haggedorn] The College of New Jersey | :[http://webwork.maa.org/moodle/user/view.php?id=9&course=2 Tom Haggedorn] The College of New Jersey | ||

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## Latest revision as of 11:34, 17 June 2008

## WeBWorK working groups and leaders

These working groups were formed at the August 2007 workshop at the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM)

- Accessibility
- -- making WeBWorK accessible to all
- Lila Roberts, Georgia College and State University
- Vicki Roth, University of Rochester
- Ease of Use
- -- resolving user interface issues in WeBWorK2, particularly the instructor interface
- Arnie Pizer, University of Rochester
- Linear Algebra
- -- writing good linear algebra problems in WeBWorK
- Tom Haggedorn The College of New Jersey
- Wiki page Linear Algebra Wishlist
- Sequential Problems (progressive, )
- -- sectioned problems in which the first part of the problem must be answered before the remaining parts of the problem are revealed.
- Karen Clark The College of New Jersey
- Wiki page: SequentialProblems
- MathObjects Documentation
- -- documenting the new question writing paradigm developed by Davide Cervone
- Jason Aubrey University of Missouri
- Sam Koski Miami Springs Senior High
- FlashObjects
- -- Integrating flash and java applets into WeBWorK problems
- Doug Ensley Shippensberg University
- Barbara Kaskoz University of Rhodes Island
- others -- MichaelGage
- GraphObjects
- -- Rewriting existing graph objects so that they conform to the MathObjects paradigm -- and documenting the changes
- Darwyn Cook Alfred University
- Graph Object Documentation
- Simplified Entry
- -- developing and disseminating simplified methods of entering certain problem types
- Wiki page: SimplifiedEntry
- Robert Molzon University of Kentucky
- PreCalc
- -- developing tools for writing pre-calc questions
- Robin Cruz Albertson College of Idaho
- Problem Library
- -- developing methods that streamline the way contributed WeBWorK questions are uploaded and edited
- John Jones Arizona State University
- Automated Question Testing
- -- automated testing of WeBWorK questions
- Ted Ashton University of Georgia
- Problems for Computer Science
- -- developing methods for using WeBWorK in CS courses
- Christelle Scharff Pace University