Main Page

From WeBWorK
(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
<p style="color:red">
The WeBWorK wiki and forums will be down for routine maintenance for several hours starting around 6:30PM EDT on Monday August 20, 2012.
<!-- <p style="background:#FFC; border-bottom:#333; border-top:#333; text-align:center">
<!-- <p style="background:#FFC; border-bottom:#333; border-top:#333; text-align:center">

Revision as of 08:22, 24 August 2012

Request Wiki Account
To join the Wiki request a Wiki account. Once your account is approved, you can contribute to the wiki and participate in the forums.

What is WeBWorK?

Example of a WeBWork Problem

WeBWorK is a well-tested homework system for delivering individualized problems over the web. By providing students with immediate feedback as to the correctness of their answers, students can be encouraged to make multiple attempts until they succeed. With individualized problem sets, students can work together but will have to enter their own work to receive credit.

The instructors are provided with real-time statistics, resulting in lesson plans that can be customized to better serve students.

As of August 2012 there were more than 550 institutions using WeBWorK. The majority of the institutions using this homework system are located in the USA, but at least 65 schools are located in Canada and Mexico, as well as in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

A Gallery of Courses
Existing courses using WeBWorK Assignments
Intro video.png
Introduction to WeBWorK
An article and video summarizing many of the key features and benefits of WeBWorK.
WeBWorK Sites
Map of known WeBWorK Sites


A Community of Users
Forums, events, users, etc.
Getting started with WeBWorK
installation, etc.
Resources for teachers
Want to write some problems?
Contribute to WeBWorK
Join this open source community
Support pages for students using WeBWork


WeBWorK is partially supported by the DUE Division of NSF.

follow us