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(New page: [http://web.archive.org/web/19990428041735/http://www.syllabus.com/CS03_02_98.htm "Case Study of the Week: University of Rochester: Homework Checker Scores High."] ''Syllabus.'' 2 Mar. 199...)
 
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Tucker, Alan. [http://web.archive.org/web/20021219201125/http://www.nysut.org/newyorkteacher/backissues/1999-2000/000223webwork.html "Computer customizes correcting of homework."] ''New York Teacher.'' 23 Feb. 2000.
 
Tucker, Alan. [http://web.archive.org/web/20021219201125/http://www.nysut.org/newyorkteacher/backissues/1999-2000/000223webwork.html "Computer customizes correcting of homework."] ''New York Teacher.'' 23 Feb. 2000.
  
[http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2002/02/26/loc_math_students_learn.html "Math students learn online."] ''Cincinnati Enquirer.'' 26 Feb. 2002.
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Buccino, Gina. [http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2002/02/26/loc_math_students_learn.html "Math students learn online."] ''Cincinnati Enquirer.'' 26 Feb. 2002.
 
:''Article on using WeBWorK at Little Miami High School in Ohio. The WeBWorK course was hosted by Ohio State University.''
 
:''Article on using WeBWorK at Little Miami High School in Ohio. The WeBWorK course was hosted by Ohio State University.''
  

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"Case Study of the Week: University of Rochester: Homework Checker Scores High." Syllabus. 2 Mar. 1998.

"WeBWorK — Math Homework on the Web." Electronic Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. (1999)

Tucker, Alan. "Computer customizes correcting of homework." New York Teacher. 23 Feb. 2000.

Buccino, Gina. "Math students learn online." Cincinnati Enquirer. 26 Feb. 2002.

Article on using WeBWorK at Little Miami High School in Ohio. The WeBWorK course was hosted by Ohio State University.

"Statistical Evidence that Web-Based Homework Helps." FOCUS. Feb. 2003.

An article by L. Hirsch and C. Weibel from Rutgers University on statistical comparisons between a group of 807 students using WeBWorK and 368 in a control group not using WeBWorK. See http://math.rutgers.edu/~weibel/ww.html for futher details.
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