A Gallery of Courses
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[[Category:Gallery of Courses]]  [[Category:Gallery of Courses]] 
Latest revision as of 13:20, 9 March 2013
This page contains a selection of courses that 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 implemented in a wide variety of situations.
There are also model courses. The purpose of these model courses is to provide interested faculty with a collection of problems that allow an instructor to build his/her own course by choosing those modules or sections in which they are interested.

