# In the news

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:''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.'' | ||

− | [http://www.maa.org/pubs/feb03.pdf "Statistical Evidence that Web-Based Homework Helps."] ''FOCUS.'' Feb. 2003. | + | Hirsch, L., and C. Weibel. [http://www.maa.org/pubs/feb03.pdf "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.'' | :''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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## Revision as of 03:16, 1 March 2008

"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.*

Hirsch, L., and C. Weibel. "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.*