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[https://github.com/ULeth-Math-CS/WeBWorK ULethbridge WeBWorK github repository]
   
 
The programming examples are not questions. They're an attempt at producing an exhaustive list of every possible way of inputting and evaluating
 
The programming examples are not questions. They're an attempt at producing an exhaustive list of every possible way of inputting and evaluating

Latest revision as of 14:04, 16 June 2021

Templates, programming examples, and problem libraries from the University of Lethbridge

Sean Fitzpatrick (sean.fitzpatrick@uleth.ca) contributed the following:

This summer, one of my colleagues hired a student to help her go through all of the libraries, marcos, contexts, etc. and put together a collection of templates and programming examples. I got permission from her to put everything on a public GitHub repository; you can find the fruits of their efforts here:

ULethbridge WeBWorK github repository

The programming examples are not questions. They're an attempt at producing an exhaustive list of every possible way of inputting and evaluating something using the various contexts. In the documentation there's a nice flowchart for deciding which context to use for a given problem.

I hope this is useful. It's the beginnings of what will hopefully be a longer project (done mostly over summers), so it's not yet as polished as it could be.