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This gallery contains a selection of courses that are examples of actual WeBWorK courses and/or developmental materials which 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.
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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 allow an instructor to build his /her own course by choosing those modules or sections they are interested in.
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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.
  
 
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== Pre-Calculus ==
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|MAT 102 - Mississippi College | Trigonometry|Mississippi College |Geometry.png}}
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== Calculus ==
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|SLU Calculus I | SLU Calculus I|Calculus I - Hughes-Hallett et.al.|Differentenquotient.svg.png}}
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|style="width: 33%; border-width: 0px;"|{{projectline|CSU Calculus II | CSU Calculus II|Calculus II - Jon Rogawski|Integral.png}}
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== Proof Courses ==
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== Statistics ==
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== Other Problem Repositories ==
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 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.

Hallmarks of mathematical modelling.svg.png
Model Courses
Creating your own course from modules
Hallmarks of mathematical modelling.svg.png
Sample Courses
Explore a variety of courses and the assignments used
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