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|[http://math.mc.edu/webwork2/sage_demos/ Sagelet Demos]
 
|[http://math.mc.edu/webwork2/sage_demos/ Sagelet Demos]
|travis@mc.edu
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|travis (at) mc (dot) edu
 
|Examples where the Sage cell server is used inside of a WeBWorK problem
 
|Examples where the Sage cell server is used inside of a WeBWorK problem
 
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|[http://math.mc.edu/webwork2/301/ Intro to Proofs]
 
|[http://math.mc.edu/webwork2/301/ Intro to Proofs]
|travis@mc.edu
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| travis (at) mc (dot) edu
 
|Examples where WeBWorK can be used to supplement a traditional Foundations course
 
|Examples where WeBWorK can be used to supplement a traditional Foundations course
 
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|[http://www.teabun.ca/webwork2/MA1670_model/ Elementary Statistics]
 
|[http://www.teabun.ca/webwork2/MA1670_model/ Elementary Statistics]
|hedleypinsent@nf.sympatico.ca
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|hedleypinsent (at) nf (dot)sympatico (dot) ca
 
|Based on "Basic Statistics for Business and Economics", Lind
 
|Based on "Basic Statistics for Business and Economics", Lind
  

Revision as of 17:49, 5 August 2012

The following courses are examples of actual WeBWorK courses and/or developmental materials that allow guest access. These courses are made available so that the greater mathematical community can see how WeBWorK is actually implemented in a wide variety of situations. For more information about the particular course and to ask for set definition files, etc. please contact the course owner directly.

Course Owner Description
Sagelet Demos travis (at) mc (dot) edu Examples where the Sage cell server is used inside of a WeBWorK problem
Intro to Proofs travis (at) mc (dot) edu Examples where WeBWorK can be used to supplement a traditional Foundations course
Elementary Statistics hedleypinsent (at) nf (dot)sympatico (dot) ca Based on "Basic Statistics for Business and Economics", Lind
SLU Calculus I barta (at) slu (dot) edu Differential calculus with Hughes-Hallett; Semester (4 credit) course covering chapters 1-6.
SLU Calculus II barta (at) slu (dot) edu Integral Calculus, Sequences and Series with Hughes-Hallett; Semester (4 credit) course covering chapters 7-11.


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