# A Gallery of Courses

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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 | |travis@mc.edu | ||

+ | |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 | |travis@mc.edu | ||

+ | |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} | ||

+ | |Based on "Basic Statistics for Business and Economics", Lind | ||

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## Revision as of 17:16, 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 | |

Sagelet Demos | travis@mc.edu | Examples where the Sage cell server is used inside of a WeBWorK problem |

Intro to Proofs | travis@mc.edu | Examples where WeBWorK can be used to supplement a traditional Foundations course |

[http://www.teabun.ca/webwork2/MA1670_model/ Elementary Statistics} | Based on "Basic Statistics for Business and Economics", Lind |