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* More Advanced Sample Problems
 
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== Reference Documents ==
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* '''[[:Category:Problem Techniques|Index of Problem Techniques]]''' ** very useful code fragments
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* '''[http://webwork.maa.org/pod/pg_TRUNK/ POD]''' -- POD = "plain old documentation" -- original documentation embedded in the code files.
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* '''[[PGLabs]]''', On-line labs for rendering of PG code. These labs allow you to interactively experiment with PG syntax online.
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[http://hosted2.webwork.rochester.edu/webwork2/cervone_course/PGML-examples/?login_practice_user=true '''PGML''' ] formatting examples.
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* '''[[TrainingAuthors |Notes on training authors]]''', and suggestions for further documentation-- Sam Hathaway
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* The Good Questions project at Cornell University [http://www.math.cornell.edu/~GoodQuestions/]
   
 
== Manuals and HOWTOs ==
 
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** [[Converting CAPA problems for use with WeBWorK]]
 
** [[Converting CAPA problems for use with WeBWorK]]
   
== Reference Documents ==
 
   
* [[:Category:Problem Techniques|Index of Problem Techniques]] ** very useful code fragments
 
* [http://webwork.maa.org/pod/pg_TRUNK/ macro/library documentation from SVN] -- original documentation embedded in the code
 
* [[TrainingAuthors |Notes on training authors]], and suggestions for further documentation-- Sam Hathaway
 
* The Good Questions project at Cornell University [http://www.math.cornell.edu/~GoodQuestions/]
 
 
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Revision as of 10:48, 21 November 2010

Learning how to Author WeBWorK problems

  • See Problem Authoring Background Information and sample problems If you're just starting out.
  • See index of problem techniques section If you need help with one particular construct.
  • See PGML (Template 4) to learn techniques which simplify formatting the appearance of the questions.
  • See MathObjects for more information on authoring problems using MathObjects.
  • See PGLabs to try out code fragments on line -- including code fragments containing MathObjects. This is a quick way to learn the fine points of the MathObject syntax.

Basic info and Sample Problems

Reference Documents

  • Index of Problem Techniques ** very useful code fragments
  • POD -- POD = "plain old documentation" -- original documentation embedded in the code files.
  • PGLabs, On-line labs for rendering of PG code. These labs allow you to interactively experiment with PG syntax online.

PGML formatting examples.

Manuals and HOWTOs